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Question From xioticin on Hyundai XG300 Blower Motor Issue
Hyundai XG300 yr 2001
AC/Heat has not been working for almost a year on girlfriend's car. No matter what setting on the dials, the motor never turns on for either heat or air.
I pulled the blower motor completely out of the car and knocked the debris out of it. I wired it directly to the battery, and it does start up. The motor seems fine.
I pulled all of the related fuses and tested them. All fuses seem to be in working order.
I tested the connector that goes to the blower motor with the ignition turned on and the dials turned on, but there was no power on the line. I feel like that is an indicator of where the problem is but I am not knowledgeable enough to figure it out on my own.
Looking to fix this issue without taking it to a shop. I feel like it should be manageable but I need a bit of help. Thanks to anyone who can help me fix this.
Response From Tom Greenleaf☆☆☆☆☆Top Rated Answer
First find where power to blower cuts out even possibly right at blower resistor on top of blower? Check wiring and any fuses that empower it. You got motor going but it draws way too much current or did and will do this again so it's toast IMO - don't use that motor again and they are not serviceable at least to most. Sealed and crimped in place so can't redo one so easy. Look for the failed parts and items mentioned that this motor was just drawing way too much current for the system,
Response From xioticin
I will get back into it tomorrow and try to trace where the power is cutting out. I had read earlier that the power draw from these older motors is what is the perpetual problem. I can test at the resistor, but I am having trouble getting it to disconnect. I will have to shop for a different motor to but only once I can see power going back to the connector since that is where the issue is.
Response From Tom Greenleaf
? Just a replacement blower motor if you were thinking some different type - no. Just a new one along with the fix,
bolt on top of strut won't come off...
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Question From mkwasnie on bolt on top of strut won't come off...
I have a 2001 Hyundai xg300. I took off the struts and I cannot get the bolt on top of the strut off. The shaft just turns with the bolt. I have compressed the spring, tried impact wrench, I also tried vise grips on the end of the shaft as well as tried vise grips on the strut shaft itself. Help? Any idea's?
Response From Hammer Time☆☆☆☆☆Top Rated Answer
I've always been able to get them loose by using bursts with a very strong impact fun. As a last resort you could cut the shaft and put it into a vise after pulling it out of the spring.
A/c and heat is not working, Blowers are not and working Radio is not working.
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Question From eliza2008 on A/c and heat is not working, Blowers are not and working Radio is not working.
I have a A/c problem and I hope someone can help me out. I have a used 2001 hyundai gx300. I got the car in 2006. When I got the car the a/c was fine but I had to press the button in for it to turn on. The people I got the car from said I needed a relay switch. 1 week later my a/c stopped working. Due to money problems I could not go get it checked. It has stopped blowing completely. I can hear the compressor turn on but nothing is coming through the vents. Would a relay switch fix the problem or is it something else??
Also, my radio stopped working as well as of 3 months ago. Before it stopped working it would go in and out when I hit bumps on the road. Now it will not turn on at all. Do I need a fuse for that or is it something else?
I hope someone can help with this. Thank you in advance :)
Response From Tom Greenleaf
The radio is really a separate issue.
First thing is the check for power at the fuses and that they are empowered on both sides of the fuse. Do this for all. There may be a common loose connection to be found if radio can intermittently come on.
Has anything aftermarket been added that you know of?
Response From eliza2008
no not that I know of. do radios have fuses too. maybe that is why it is out now..do u think i need to buy relay switch for the a/c?
There was lot's there including diagrams for this car. There's a relay I think underhood for blower - check your own owner's manual for more help with location for that. It can be tested out. If cheap enough just replace it as the test if you wish.
Radio would be fused but on it's own circuit. Fuses rarely come to life after blown so that's more likely a loose or poor connection somewhere.
I don't know how far you feel like getting into this following the path of power to items now not working. Fuses and relays need to be known good and have power available as a start and sometimes that's all that's needed. That you should be able to do for this.
If when you find a fuse or relay for the item(s) in question, look at the area for corrosion, if a poor fit could be the problem or signs of heat nearby,