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Air Unit Making a Lot of noise and vibration and not working very stro

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So I think the blower motor in my air system may be on the out. With or without the airconditioning, when the air is turned on, there's a ton of noise and vibration (the whole dash vibrates). Someone suggested that the motor may need replacing.

Do you think this is the cause and if it is, how hard is it to replace said component? Please don't tell me I have to drop the whole dash.

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I would check first and see if there is some weatherstripping or other debris jamming the fan. That has happened to a few folks.

Take the pollen filter out and see if you can feel anything in the intake channel/blower.

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I would check first and see if there is some weatherstripping or other debris jamming the fan. That has happened to a few folks.

Take the pollen filter out and see if you can feel anything in the intake channel/blower.

good idea.

my pollen filter is so dirty that i'm sure everyone whose sat in my car now has bronchitis. couldn't hurt to change that out too lol..i dont tink i'ts been changed since the car was new

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