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How To Fix a Blower Motor Not Working ~ LOUD NOISES

How To Fix a Blower Motor Not Working ~ LOUD NOISES

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14 replies
  1. Tim K
    Tim K says:

    Can you advise if the 2010 VW CC Sport 2.0 Turbo is an interference engine?
    Thinking of doing the timing chain overhaul myself with the help of your videos but want to make sure no valve or cylinder damage was created.

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  2. Saurav Kal
    Saurav Kal says:

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  3. David C.
    David C. says:

    Hi. Great video. Just for the curious, I fixed a similar problem years ago on a friend’s Chevy Prizm (a rebadged Toyota Corolla). It was a similar problem – the fan made loud banging sounds when at high speed.

    Although the procedure to remove the fan was a bit different, the cause was almost the same. In this case a quarter fell into the fan, throwing it completely out of balance. We were so thrilled to have fixed it with only 30 minutes labor instead of a service call and replacing a part.

    Reply
  4. Maya Brooks
    Maya Brooks says:

    This article on the Humble Mechanic website offers a comprehensive guide to diagnosing and repairing a malfunctioning blower motor, addressing issues like loud noises and high-speed function failure. With clear instructions and helpful images, it empowers DIY enthusiasts to tackle the repair themselves, providing valuable tips and tricks along the way.

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