06 Kia Sedona a/c fan is dead in the front

LarryK61
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Asked by LarryK61 Jun 18, 2013 at 11:51 PM about the 2006 Kia Sedona EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

but my a/c light is on and the lights for the rear temperature are on but will not change.  The rear a/c fan is running on low but I can not control any functions. Checked relays and fuses and all are OK.

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tennisshoes
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If is vehicle has electronic climate control it is most likely the electronic control unit or a failed control head, a dealer really should check this out.

LarryK61
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From original poster. LarryK61 Read in a KIA forum about removing the negative battery cable to reboot the system. Worked for me. Up and running again.

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