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How can i remove and replace the heater/ac flow controller on my 03 elantra?

How can i remove and replace the heater/ac flow controller from my 03 elantra. the air only blows thru the front vents and it seems like the switch is bad

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  • bonzowho Nov 20, 2008

    My 03 Elantra has the same issue. EXACTLY. the air comes through the front, but not the vents. I was looking into changing the temp. control, but I am open to other possibilities I suppose.

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Are u convinced it is a controller issue as this is rare on that vehicale i am more tempted to say that it is a cable problem. Or a door acuator if it is auto temp control

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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