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My air conditioner on my 2006 Hyundai Sonata runs for a couple of days and then blows a fuse. What causes the fuses to blow?

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A bad relay will arc on the inside causing increased amp flow. Try replacing the ac relay. $23 for a compressor relay from This all depends on which fuse is blowing. a wire shorting to ground will just as easily blow a fuse.

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