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2005 Kia Sportage - A/C and/or heater quit blowing air

I can hear the compressor kick on when I turn the A/C on, but no air comes out. Is this the blower motor? If so, how easy is it to replace?

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Probably the blower motor resistor. Can you hear the compressor kicking on? If the fan won't blow at any speed, I'll bet it's the resistor.

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Posted on Jun 02, 2010

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    There is absolutely no air coming out at any setting (A/C, heat, etc). The compressor does kick on. I'll look into the resistor..thanks!

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I will guess if you hear nothing at all , then find the fuse panel i would venture a guee the fuse blew, no igf you hear a churning then i would say it have your freon levels checked

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Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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