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The heater fan blower switch has shorted out on my 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe. I can get it to work if I turn it on and then push the knob up and hold it there. How do you replace those?

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Get the same type sourced only from the Hyundai service, remove the whole set of the switch from within and replace .
Alternatively since the part is sourced from them-- check availability- the cost of service will almost be inccluded in the spare and so it is best to have them install it.

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

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