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A/C 2004 sonata A/C not working , there was a smell of a wire burning then..nothing..kaput!!! a lot

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  • zardoz1138a Jul 16, 2008

    A/C not working, no blower nothing. Found 30 amp mini fuse almost melted in under-hood fuse panel. Haven't had chance to track down short but, it's gotta have one to cause that much damage to the fuse, had to use pliers to pull out part of it and use small picks to remove the rest of the spade part of the fuse still stuck in the fuse receptacle.

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I would check the cooling fan for to much resistance or friction from the bearings in it.The fan should spin extremly free.You can try to put juice directly to the fan and if it doesn't spin up quick,or fast enough try replacing the fan from a junk yard.

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