What could be wrong with my heater?
When I turn on the heater it makes this awful noise,it blows out heat but noisy. At first it
seemed to be a squeaking noise now it's just loud and almost growling what could this
Sometimes paper gets sucked up in the intake of air duct work. Most times it's located on the passenger side foot well just under the dash.
How do I get to that area of my van. I'm not very car savy?
Right in front of passenger seat where back of floor board turns up and meets the duct work mounted under the dash. (Just above where your feet would be if you was sitting in the seat.) Look for an opening in the duct work.
http://www.carcarekiosk.com/video/2008_Chrysler_Town_and_Country_ Touring_3.8L_V6/air_filter_cabin/check --- check this out too. It has a good video about the cabin air filter and might help you out.
Delete space between (Country_ Touring)should be (Country_Touring). For the address to work. Sorry iPad issues again
blower fan is bout to go out or theres sumthing stuck in the coils of the blower its on youre firewall on the passenger side i believe
Bearing in the blower motor is dirty it is made of brass and is considered a self lubricating metal the stator shaft gets build up on it and starts squeeking then growling and stops if you take it out now and use some really good spray lube w a straw you can most likely save it. Wait and you will be buying one and most likely not cheap. Once blower motor is extracted you will see how it comes apart, Disclaimer: if you are not good w small parts and patient, ask a mechanically minded friend for help. Total time for repair 2hrs. If you need technical support feel free to contact me.
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