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- BLOWER MOTOR - "CHIRPING" OR "SQUEAKING" FROM BLOWER MOTOR AT LOW SPEEDS
- NOISE - "CHIRPING" OR "SQUEAKING" FROM BLOWER MOTOR AT LOW SPEEDS
| Publication Date: DECEMBER 8, 1997 |
| 1984-1994 TEMPO |
| 1984-1994 TOPAZ |
1986-1997 CONTINENTAL, SABLE
1993-1997 MARK VIII
| 1992-1997 AEROSTAR |
1997 EXPEDITION, F-150, F-250 LD
This TSB article is being republished in its entirety to correct the supersede article reference.
Some vehicles may exhibit a "squeaking" or "chirping" from the blower motor at low blower motor speeds. This may be caused by uneven brush friction on the commutator surface of the motor.
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