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Old 07-01-2013, 03:25 PM
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2010 edge cabin fan noise

i just bought a 2010 ford edge today with 19xxx miles on it and when we test drove it the dealer had us do right hand turns and today when we drove it home and made a left hand turn no matter how fast or slow you turn the cabin fan make a sound like there is leaves in it but you turn right and it makes no noise what so ever any thoughts and ideas would be great thanks
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i just bought a 2010 ford edge today with 19xxx miles on it and when we test drove it the dealer had us do right hand turns and today when we drove it home and made a left hand turn no matter how fast or slow you turn the cabin fan make a sound like there is leaves in it but you turn right and it makes no noise what so ever any thoughts and ideas would be great thanks
Hi bielaf,

I recommend bringing your Edge back to your Ford Dealership so they can perform an inspection. They'll be in the best position to get this accurately diagnosed and repaired for you. Let us know how things go moving forward; if you need my help, just give me a shout!

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Theres a filter under the glove box,probably clogged.Easy fix
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Change the cabin filter located under the glove box,easy fix.And don't store napkins in the glove box unsecured.Mine did the same it was loaded with leaves and dust,,,good luck
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what it actually was was water the drain tube was clogged for the air conditioning so when you make a left turn the water would flood the fan th e dealership made us wait over the weekend before we could drop it off and they ended up replacig the fan as well
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