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|Does this also occur when you disable the auto climate control and manually control the air temperature and airflow? If this issue still occurs with the auto climate control off, then it could be that the air diverter that directs airflow over the heater core is not functioning properly. If this issue doesn't occur with the auto climate control off, then it would appear to be a problem with the auto climate control system.|
It happens both on Auto and on manual mode control of air flow and temperature. Do you have any idea where/how to access the diverter to see if it works properly? This morning I've taken the glove out and the bottom shield under the blower motor, the pollen filter out and confirmed the blower motor works OK on all speeds. I would hear the blend-doors switching while directing the air flow from floor to defrost and face mode. That works as should.
Any directions are greatly appreciated.
|The diverter that I speak of is the cold/hold temperature selector or the Temperature Control Actuator in Hyundai parlance. You can see information regarding this component at http://www.hmaservice.com. If you haven't signed up yet, go ahead, it's free. Then under Shop -> 2008 > G 3.3 DOHC -> Heating,Ventilation, Air Conditioning -> Heater ->Temperature Control Actuator you will see Description and Operation, Components and Components Location, and Repair procedures. That should give you all of the information you need to diagnose and replace, if necessary, the offending component.|
|Awesome! Thanks for the direction!|
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