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If memory serves, the control cable for the fan clutch runs horizontal along the drivers side of the rear of the radiator, along a plastic boss that supports the whole assembly. If you can see it (I don't recall how much is visible) then maybe you can verify if it's connected.
Any update on your TB. I'm having the same problem as you. I recently had the thermostat replaced and noticed a roar from the engine as well. I hear and feel the roar when I accelerate hard, like when I'm merging onto the expressway.
Prior to having the thermostat repalced I had no problems (105k miles).
Looks like a trip back to the dealer.
Ticking noise, second row seat/passenger side window will not work, i was told by onstar that I am having a control sensor problem(i believe that is what she called it), when you take off it sounds like a jet taking off(is this natural?), .
Window not working - shouldn't be that hard to diagnose/repair.
Loud noise when "taking off" - could be fan clutch, if it's not working right the fan will be on full force and will be noisy. It's another known potential problem area.
Please help with any info
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Anyway, they also mentioned I need brake pads and I have leak in the rear Pinion gasket :confuse: