Question about Hyundai Motor 2004 Sonata
I was warming up my car and I had the fan on high (4), everything seemed to be going ok then after I got going, I couldn't hear the fan anymore. After this happened I was thinking that it would kick in or something but it didn't. What I did find is that the fan still worked when I had it set to one (1), blowing minimal air. Is my heater screwed? Or is it a fuse? I'm clueless when it comes to these things...and it's probably the coldest day so far this winter.
Thanks for any help.
It sounds like you blew the resistor. A resistor is usually in place to prevent fire. If you did not blow the resistor it probably is a fuse. Check for this problem under recalls for that particular model year.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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