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Q: Radiator blower fan makes noise

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The blower fan for the radiator is making noise.

Hi. A noisy radiator fan can range from the issue being a bad fan bearing or a foreign object hitting the fan causing the noise. I suggest that a well trained technician, such as the individuals at YourMechanic, inspects the noise and also inspects the fan bearing for faults.

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