Question about Hyundai Motor 2004 Sonata
The heater in my car will heat up, however there seems to be lack of blow power behind it. I checked all the fuses, and they are all good. Any thoughts?
If you do not hear the fan, it is likely not doing anything. The most common cause of failure is the resistor package which adjusts the speed of the fan and is connected to the switch. The package is always located in the air stream in the heater plenum. It is the only thing that has a bunch of wires going to it. Replace the unit.
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