Hey guys, here's a tough question ... As I was replacing the hard drive of my Macbook Pro 2,33GHz (second gen, the one before Santa Rosa), I decided to clean up the dust that started to cover the fans. Following iFixit's guide, I unscrewed the right fan, and pulled the cable up, as they advised it (here). I immediately realized something went wrong when the cable AND the part holding it to the logic board came away (the piece inside the yellow box on the previous link's first picture). I simply snatched it away. I guess since my laptop is quite old the lead holding this piece started wearing away. Anyway I placed it back onto its spot and started moving around with my finger on it until all the connectors matched and the fan started working again. Yes I did that while the computer was on. I glued the piece down and put some tape over to hold it. Everything worked until here. When the system is running, this fan works the whole time at full speed, while the other one is only at 2k rpm. iStat Pro tells me the fan I fixed earlier on does not turn at all, although there is no doubt he does. Although having 10°C less on this side is great, I'd love to use my mac silently and not feel like I were manipulation a fighter jet. So, finally the big question: does anyone of you know if there is a chance I can fix this, or did anything similar happen to anyone of you ? Thank you ! P.S.: Excuse my english, it's not my main language.