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Hello all you Hyundai experts...well I am making progress on my blower problem. I have replaced the resistor, the square panel that fits in the top of the blower housing unit. Actually it is the duct work for the Heater/ac. Also replaced the blower. OK now I have blower on Low, and 1st medium. When I switch to the 2nd medium the blower stops and there is a sound coming from behind the dashboard. A kind of squeaking (it is not a quick sound it kind of drags out for a few seconds however the blower stops immediately), the a/c light kind of dims or flickers (it does not go off). And Nothing happens when I switch it to High. I am going to check the fuse for the blower. I believe it is on the firewall? Maybe in the engine cabin? I would greatly appreciate any feed back. You guys have been right on so far! Thanks so much!

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  • Rebecca Meyers May 28, 2010

    Yup been pricing them...used one for $50. Thanks

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SOUND LIKE PROBLEM COULD BE IN THE AC + HEATER CONTROL SWITCH A BAD SWITCH WILL NOT ALLOW YOU TO CONTROL ALL SPEED.THE CONTROL SWITCH IS EXPENSIVE.

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