Heater/Air Conditioner comes on by self

graves1426
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Asked by graves1426 Oct 15, 2013 at 12:57 PM about the 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2010 Santa Fe, my heater/air conditioner will just come on by it self.  I will push the off button and at times it will just come back on.  I have replaced my battery (it would not turn over) over the weekend.  Put it is still doing this.  My mechanic say he has never heard of this happening.

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heavy_DB
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hi i have a 2005 santa fe 2.0 diesel auto and have same problem and cant find an answer as to why anywhere on the web. pls help

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Kara Swart Bonnet
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My 2010 Santa Fe is doing the same thing and it's really bugging me...please post if you learn of a remedy

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