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No heat /but blower works in my hyandi elantra 2004. Whats wrong?

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Either heater control valve stuck or blend door is stuck depends on if you have climate control or standard controls. Also make sure it full of coolant.

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SOURCE: 2004 hyundai, elantra. The air blower only works

The switch that runs the blower motor for air and heat sends the DC voltage through some big resisters when it isn't set on high. (On high it sends all the power to the motor.)
If the lowest speed doesn't work then one of the resisters has gone bad, or come disconnected. If more than 1 speed doesn't work then a differant resister has gone bad or disconnected. The power runs through each resister in series so the most common one to go bad is the second to highest speed. when this resister is bad thaen it will only work on the highest setting. Replacing the switch won't fix it. You will have to find the resister that is bad and replace it.
The resister bank is usually tucked up behind the dash where only a kid can focus his eyes, and contort himself enough to see it.
Once the resister is replaced it should run perfectly.
Presto.

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SOURCE: 2004 elantra dome light quit working. Bulb has

Hello Janet. Begin by removing the bulb again and cleaning the contact plus the end of the bulb with the eraser at the end of a common pencil. That alone may solve your problem. There is also a fuse. look in your manual to determine which fuse it is and replace it even if it looks ok. Finally, if these things do not solve your problem it may be the switch. If that is the case call an autoelectric shop and they will change it for you for a few dollars.

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Heater will not put out much heat on first 3 setting turn up to fourth and it does get alot of heat whats wrong with 1-2-and3


sounds like the blower motor resistor/blower motor module is bad. They use a series of resistors to drop voltage to the blower motor to make it spin at different speens. High speed bypasses the resistors and allows full voltage to the blower motor.

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My car blower stopped working what would i check to find out whats wrong


  1. fuse
  2. the switch itself
  3. the blower needs to be replaced.
* If you end up pulling the blower out, a quick way to make sure it is not working, is hooking up a positive and negative lead to the blower motor from a battery. This takes out all other elements and insures that the motor is indeed the problem.

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2004 elantra dome light quit working. Bulb has


Hello Janet. Begin by removing the bulb again and cleaning the contact plus the end of the bulb with the eraser at the end of a common pencil. That alone may solve your problem. There is also a fuse. look in your manual to determine which fuse it is and replace it even if it looks ok. Finally, if these things do not solve your problem it may be the switch. If that is the case call an autoelectric shop and they will change it for you for a few dollars.

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2004 hyundai, elantra. The air blower only works at a 4 setting or higher! any thoughts?


The switch that runs the blower motor for air and heat sends the DC voltage through some big resisters when it isn't set on high. (On high it sends all the power to the motor.)
If the lowest speed doesn't work then one of the resisters has gone bad, or come disconnected. If more than 1 speed doesn't work then a differant resister has gone bad or disconnected. The power runs through each resister in series so the most common one to go bad is the second to highest speed. when this resister is bad thaen it will only work on the highest setting. Replacing the switch won't fix it. You will have to find the resister that is bad and replace it.
The resister bank is usually tucked up behind the dash where only a kid can focus his eyes, and contort himself enough to see it.
Once the resister is replaced it should run perfectly.
Presto.

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