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I have a 2001 Hyundai Accent. The air conditioning and the heated rear screen have suddenly stopped working. I have checked the fuses and they all seem fine. Any ideas please. Many thanks . Dippy!!!
What sounds to me that you have two difarent problems this could be an accident that they have stopped together.
You may check the Relays as described above first if you like.
For the aircon you must check that the aircon pump in the engine bay to see if the inner shaft is turning when the aircon is on .
This will determine if the switches and circuits in your car are functioning.
The best way to check the rear demistor is to have a volt meter and check you have 12 volts on the wires connecting to the Screen, if you do have 12 volts than your circuit on the screen is broken. If you don't than you have to start tracing your circuit from the switches to relays or to fuses back to screen using test lamp or volt meter.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
Sounds like a relay is out. These are devices that switch on high amperage accessories that a normal toggle switch would burn out trying to start due to the powerful amp draw. They are shaped like ice cubes in the fuse panel and pull out just like a plug. They should be labeled in the fuse box cover. Generic item that can be bought at the local parts store usually.
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
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