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2000 hyundai elantra heater/air conditioner won't stop blowing ho

It won't stop blowing hot air, fluids etc. have been checked and are in order

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    hyundai elantra heater blows even when turned off

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Go into your car.... under the steering wheel next to the gas pedel theres a little lever .... flick the switch ... it should be a white lever .... if its not then the lever came undone and it will be a black and silver switch..... that should probably fix it ... i had the same car with that problem

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