Climate control

Kneale Brownson knotnook at
Mon Jun 9 10:21:31 EDT 2003

The shrieking is the motor for the fan that draws cabin air over a sensor
that helps the climate control system regulate the  temperature.  A Google
search of for "aspirator motor" or something like that will
turn up several postings regarding this problem.

At 02:18 PM 06/08/2003 -0400, Dan Wing wrote:
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>Last week it was cool in the morning (not cold) and something in my dash
>began to shriek like a slipping belt shortly after I turned the car on.
>Lasted 30 secs, warbled, became intermittant, and was gone in about 90
>seconds total. Now it has happened three times. Now my Climate Control
>warning light is blinking (indicating a fault) for a minute after I turn
>the car on.
>Any idea from this what is the matter, and what is shrieking? Is it an air
>door, the fan, or what? It happens even when the control is in the "off"
>Dan Wing
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