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About chris1922

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  • Present cars
    1998 Boxster, 2.5
  • Future cars
    Newer Boxter or Cayman
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    Volvo 480
  1. Hiya, I have a 1998 2.5 Boxster, and have recently started hearing a whirring noise coming from behind the dash, on the passengers side. It is NOT the fan/blower, but does sound as if there is a leaf or twig stuck in a rotating component. The sound is coming from where the airbag and/or speaker is at the passenger side (I'm in the UK, so right hand drive). It runs as soon as the ignition is on, and runs down in about 10 seconds after it is turned off. The car is fitted with automatic climate control, I think this was called the Lux Pack. It makes no difference if the air con is on or off, and if the blower is on or off, or which vents are on or off. I'd appreciate your thoughts ! Thanks Chris
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