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Blower switch not working

The Fan Power level switch (or blower switch what ever you want to call it) does not work at all. I had accidentally pulled the knob off one time and now it does not work anymore. And instead of clicking at the 1 2 3 4 levels it just spins around freely. Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this? Thanks!

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Replace the switch, Get a used one from a auto wrecker,There $90 if you get it from the Hyundai dealer

Posted on Nov 05, 2012

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SOURCE: I have a Santa fe - the heater knob has gone out

th eknob may be cracked...... you can gently with pliers turn the shaft

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It's the switch itself. Common problem. The contacts are bad. Fairly cheap fix.
DO NOT replace any heater components, sucha s the heater core, blower motor or the relays. Those are not the problem.

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SOURCE: Blown Fuse

Hello Kilwillie.
Anytime a fuse blows the circuit is being overloaded.
There are a couple of fuses that control your blower. The 30 amp fuse link and a 10 amp fuse for the blower motor relay.
If it is the 30 amp the blower system needs to be checked for the cause of the short.
Positive battery voltage goes to the blower motor and the control switch routes the ground circuit through a resistor to give various fan speeds.
Most common will be the blower motor itself having worn motor shaft bushings or an internal motor short. This will require motor replacement. Also have seen where a mouse has built a nest and it gets caught in the blower fan causing it to overlooad.
If the wire after the blower was shorting to ground the blower would come on high speed and not be your problem

And if the fuse is the 10 amp it appears the fault may lie in the blower motor relay. I believe that would be the only logical solution according to the wiring diagram.

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SOURCE: My Front washer wont work no sound from pump but the back one works in my 2005 elantra

could be the fuse in the box or the on under the hood.

Posted on Sep 04, 2012

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