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2006 hyundai tuscon . fan blows well but no air moves through vents ????

It seems that the vent controls are not working what controls these? vacuum?

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David;
In older vehicles these controls were vacuum controlled. Now most are electrical. My first check would be the accessory fuses

Posted on May 17, 2014

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disconnected or cracked vent tubes

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your a/c control panel is all electronically controled through actuators. i believe the mode actuator is located on the driver side of the heater box.

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SOURCE: car has not heat or air blowing from vents

check the fuses and relay for the heater blower motor

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2006 Hyundai Tucson and the a/c will not

this is right, this uses motors,the selector motor is located on the driverside of the heater/ac box, there are a few of these motors you will need to test them by operating the controls until you spot the one that doesnt move,these motors are on the box one or two on passengerside and one or two more on the driveside, all depending on if you have daul zones or not good luck this can get tricky locating the right one and testing it.

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