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Hyundai Elantra A/C clicks on and off. Is it the blower transistor or the resistor? It has both items.

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The ac starting and stopping is from high head pressure (too much gas/blockage) or thermostat settings If you have a climate control module that also controls the heat then it may be the module that is faulty. have it checked out by an accredited ac specialist shop.

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SOURCE: Where is the resistor on the 2005 Hyundai Elantra?

The blower resister controls the speed only,not the high blower,it is located next to the blower motor,mounts with about two screws,and has about 7 wires plugged into it.

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In order to gain easier access to the blower motor resistor you must remove the glove box liner/insert, then you can see and replace the resistor. Also if you go to the Hyundai Service site at the link below and register with the site as an owner you can gain access to factory repair manuals of all systems on the truck. The service is free to owners.

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