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Heater does not work

I have hyundai sonata 2004. For the last few weeks the heater has become very inefficient. It starts quite late and the temperature is not quite high even if the settings are at the maximum

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  • dinesh1234 Feb 03, 2010

    Can I fix it myself or should I take it to a dealer.

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Temp control actuator,may be called the door blend actuator

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

  • Roger Miller Feb 03, 2010

    well it involves removing the whole dashboard to get to it which is about a 5-6 hour job

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