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Blower on 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe runs continuously on high - cannot shut off

Car has over 250,000 miles on it. I don't know anything about cars, but I reviewed a few car forums, and some people have said the problem may be the blower switch. On my model, the blower switch and control head must both be replaced, and the parts are $1,400. That's not a viable solution. Any other ideas?

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SOURCE: control for fan blower not working on any speed.2005 santa fe

Don't.  What you have to do is take the ashtray out then remove the 2 screws.  Pry the whole assembly off and replace the switch in the back. The knob only moves the switch back and forth and nothing more.

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My 2004 Mercury Grand Marquis had a similiar problem. The blower fan continuously ran at full blast and wouldn't shut off now matter what!
It was the part called the Blower Motor Resistor had gone out. I purchased it for $50.00 from the Dealer and replaced it myself. You can get a diagram from your dealer or online. It is kind of hard to get to but if the dealer had replaced it.....it would have cost $200!

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When do you replace a timing belt on a 2005 hyundai


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Turning the key to start up


I had the same problem. Even If I left the cab light on while gassing up(with the car shut off), my battery would die.


Two things.Purchase voltage meter ($20 - $25) to test your battery output. It should read from 12 to 12.8 volts. Anything close to 10 amps or less, you should replace your battery. You can also run this check with an amp meter with cab probably be even cheaper. Another option is a battery charger with a built in amp meter. Just disconnect the cables and connect the battery charger. When you plug the charger into the wall it will should you a proper amp reading. Again, if it shows too low a reading you need a new battery. This comes from experience as I have a 2005 Santa Fe with the same problem.

The second thing is to take your vehicle to have the alternator checked. With older vehicles we used to start the car and disconnect the negative battery cable.( If you do this, DO NOT let the cable touch anything.Just hold it in your hand.) If the cars shuts off, the alternator isn't charging the battery properly.

*** NOTE*** I'm not sure if this is recommended for newer vehicles but it was an easy fix for older vehicles, a time and money saver for sure.

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