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I have a 2006 Hyundai Sonata and the Heater/AC blower motor stops working on occasion. It will start working again if I tap the housing for the blower motor where the Cab Air Cleaner is located, or if I turn the fan wheel by hand. Do I need to replace the entire blower assembly or is it the resistor? Also how difficult is it to replace.

The vehicle was manufactured in October of 2005 and I was told, even though I bought it new in August of 2006, that it was out of warranty by one month.

Any help is appreciated.

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Replace the fan/motor assembly.
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Your warrenty starts the day you buy the car, NOT the date of cars manufacture. Go back to the dealer and tell him he is full of ****.

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Replace the fan/motor assembly.

Thanks for the help.
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