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Blower motor on my 2008 Hyundai accent stopped working.

So my blower motor started coming on, and off. I noticed that when I first start my vehicle it is off. Then when I hit a bump while driving it will come on. I think it might be a loose connection somewhere. What would be causing this, and how would you fix it?

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Hello kandrika_mur

I might have a solution for you issue. First I would like to give you a few explanations.

1. If you live in an area with squirrels or chipmunks they could be the reason for the noise. If you hear a loud humming noise there is a simple fix. Just open the fan housing under the clove box and unscrew the housing and remove the acorns, Sticks, leaves or anything else that is stuck in the fan or its housing. These animals are notorious for hiding things in vehicles especially in the beginning of the colder season. I have to do this in October every year.

2. The bearings in the fan motor may need grease or even replacing. If bearings are burnt out they can also make noise.

I hope this helps.

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It's in the engine compartment on the passengers' side on the firewall.

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sounds like an "open circut to me. check for loose connections at the blower motor, blower motor resistor, and blower motor switch, you may have to tap each one several times to produce the railroad effect

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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