Roaring fan + super slow after Display/Lid replacementHi there, Today I installed a brand new display/lid assembly using the guide here on iFixit. The laptop (besides the screen) ...
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Answer to: Roaring fan + super slow after Display/Lid replacementsorry, don't know what happened to the rest of my comment above. I took it to the Apple Store and explained the situation, they ran their special diagnostic which told them that there was a malfunctioning temperature sensor in my computer, and the error code narrowed it down to my trackpad! Turns out when I was putting my computer back together I didn't properly connect the trackpad ribbon cable to the logic board. So all they did was open it back up, and re-seat the cable, turned it on and it now runs like a dream! The computer was taking AGES and the fan was roaring up due to its own safety features, the computer detected a faulty temp sensor so it automatically heavily reduces the CPU clock speed (resulting in a VERY slow computer) and it spins the fan at max RPM as its assuming a worst case scenario of extreme temperature. Hope this helps!! :)