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My blower motor quit working all together in my 04 sante fe. the relay is still working i can hear it clicking when i turn the switch on and off the motor also works because i have put straight power up to it and it works fine the only other thing it could be is the blower resistor which i dont think itis or the witch. i called the dealer and they said they doo sell the switches fors these cars do you think thats where i should start??

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  • msanford Nov 10, 2008

    In my 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe the blower motor quit on me. We were on our way to the mountains when it quit on us. I took the control unit apart and cleaned the connectors and checked for any loose connections which I didn't find any (what led me to believe that it was a loose connection was when you would push the speed select button in and move it a little then it would sometimes catch and start working, however it has all together stopped now). When putting it back together I left the unit out, but plugged up and turned the car on. I moved the connector wires around while the speed select was on high, but I didn't get anything. I told a mechanic about the problem and he said that it was probably the blower motor itself, so I replaced that, but still no luck. I checked all connections to and fro on the blower motor itself with a tester and they are all good. I checked for a heater relay but couldn't find one (checked both fuse boxes). As of now I'm lost as to what to do.

  • dimond76 Jan 16, 2009

    This just happened this morning to my 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe. I can hear a click when I turn it on, yet nothing blows out. Can you tell me what you did to fix it?

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  • safeharb Jan 21, 2009

    I have the same problem. (or perhaps a continuation of a problem which I thought was fixed). Originally, my blower would only work on high.. which turned out to be the blower motor transistor. I had that replaced and the heater worked fine for two months.. but yesterday, the blower fan stopped working all together. I have checked for fuses and relays, but I'm a little lost as to which fuse and/or relay would govern the blower motor.. nothing is clearly marked as that. Any suggestions?

  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    On the way home from hockey practice last nite 1/21. Will look behind the ashtray. At least it's almost up to freezing today:)

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Take the 2 screws out that are behind the ashtray and gently pull the blower controls away from dash on the main plug going into the harness you will find a loose connection with a thick blue wire
it may also be melted due to overheating nothing is wrong with your switch just the connection by looking at it you will have to determine the way you have to deal with the problem.

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I have a 2005 Sonata, the on/off switch (RH) quit working this morning. The A/C Auto (LH) dial still works, but the fan blows on HIGH all the time. after taking the whole center console out, i found out that the culprit was the resistor block, i won't know how long it'll last, but the part number is MJ11032 and the 120-250 degree resistor (15amp), getit replaced by a qualified technician, you can't use regular solders here, has to be high temp solder and the special high heat soldering gun. get it tested, and there you go!

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I have a 1999 Hyundai Accent thats heater/ac switch doesn't work. Don't know if its the switch itself, the blower, and I'm almost positive its not the fuses because I checked. What to do next?

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