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2007 Hyundai sonata limited blows hot air. With ac on the ac compressor kicks on but still blows hot air. Disconnected battery for 10 minutes but still blow hot air.

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if the compressor works and your freon is charged it may be the blower flapper door....disconnect battery for 10 minutes and then re-connect to reset the electronics that control the flapper

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