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C/FAN Fuse location
« August 01, 2019, 08:16:13 »
Hi there,

I had some problems in radiator fan starting when I turn on the A/C. When I tried to open fuse and relay box to check, when I just touched the box, the fan started to fun, and the A/C is coolong as it should. And this has happened each time I start the A/C. Finally, two days ago, the fan is not starting at all anymore, and I get not cooled air inside, but normal temperature air. The compressor sometimes stops when the radiator fan is not working.
I know it looks like bad connection issue, but first I want to locate the fuse for C/FAN. In the picture attached, on the back cover diagram there is C/FAN 40A fuse in the lowest row, but as you can see in the box there is no row with such fuse. I wonder where it might be.
Thanks.


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Re: C/FAN Fuse location
« Reply #1 : August 01, 2019, 20:16:59 »
Right you are,  according to that layout you have a complete row missing  :undecided: :crazy1:
Turn ignition off change both relays, fingers crossed,
OR, wait for more technical members advice.
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Re: C/FAN Fuse location
« Reply #2 : August 02, 2019, 15:44:58 »
Hi, I switched fan relays just for check, but still the same.
However, I noticed that below the last row of fuses, there is like hidden row.
The fuses, or just naked wires (no plastic cover) are visible from front side, thru a visible plastic. I can see that there is a brake in the wire that represents c/fan fuse, according to the layout. I've tried to reach the fuses(wires) but I have no idea how to get to the "fuses" without braking some plastic surrounding.
Any ideas?
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Re: C/FAN Fuse location
« Reply #3 : August 02, 2019, 19:03:38 »
Sorry, Blind Bambi. (no idea)
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Re: C/FAN Fuse location
« Reply #4 : August 03, 2019, 13:06:06 »
Apparently the whole row of fuses need to be replaced at once. It looks like this is some electronic part comprised of metal wires, acting as a fuses.
Now I need to identify that part number or name, purchase it and replace it.
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Re: C/FAN Fuse location
« Reply #5 : August 03, 2019, 16:45:41 »
Apparently the whole row of fuses need to be replaced at once. It looks like this is some electronic part comprised of metal wires, acting as a fuses.
Now I need to identify that part number or name, purchase it and replace it.

Wow!That seems like a weird set up!
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Re: C/FAN Fuse location
« Reply #6 : August 03, 2019, 17:38:41 »
Yeah, and I actually found it. It is called multi fuse.
:link: Online Shop Multi Fuse For H-yundai 18790-01030 1879001030 18790 01030 | Aliexpress Mobile

I'll check in local stores, and then in official hyundai service, where it might be more expensive, oem.
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Re: C/FAN Fuse location
« Reply #7 : August 03, 2019, 19:52:08 »
That looks like something we've never seen before, perhaps done only in some countries / factories. I guess we learn all the time!
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