I already have the compressor but my car doesn´t cool very well. actually i notice that there is a missing part on the upper part of the compressor like if something has to be conected there. but there isn´t. also the air contioning works only in full position. I bought this car used so I don´t know what parts are missing or how they are. please would you send me pictures too.
thanks, sorry for my english I´m just studying i live in costa rica central america so i speak spanish.
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today i noticed that there is someting on engin is missing because when i put the coolant it comes right out when i look at where is licking i notice frome engine there is big whole which supoose to be close is open i think the mechanic which i took my car to for oil chang did it could you tell me what dose that part is called so i can go and buy it and replace it thank you
A/C problems are one of the most diabolical to diagnose.... it either cools, or it doesn't... and all the reasons it doesn't accounts for every component in the system (compressor, condensor, expansion valve, pressure sensor (three-way switch), contamination, air box 'mode' doors not operating properly, door actuators stuck closed/open, A/C control module (head) malfunction, etc. Best advice, have it properly diagnosed by a certified Hyundai Technician.
the air conditioning compressor could be failing and dragging the engine down. Or the compressor could have already failed (locked) and the compressor clutch is trying to engage a locked shaft and is dragging badly. You need to have your a/c checked out before you burn out the clutch or cause further damage to the compressor.
My name is Ron,and I have one solution,Sounds like you need some freon added,if that doesn`t fix ya ,the ac compressor could be weak,or blockage in ac system,or vent door not opening,or opening slowly,and not all the way...hope this helps,email@example.com
the compressor doesn't have any freon or the fuse is blown. The compressor has a pressure switch when it has the correct amount of freon in, the switch is closed. So if doesn't have the right amount it won't work.
U may be low in Freon gas. When Freon is low there's low pressure switch that will prevent A/C compressor clutch from engaging to protect it from failure. So, first check Freon pressure & any leaks form lines & hoses fittings. Even if the fan is working, that doesn’t indicate proper compressor OP'S. Look at the compressor front side you'll see the clutch stationary while the AFT pulley moving.
Then put air-condition compressor switch to ON (Engage), You should see the clutch engage & start rotate, If NOT, this is very clear indication u r low in Freon. Regards; MAR
hi there is a belt that drives the air conditioning compressor it rides on a pulley as does the altenator visually inspect the pullies to make shure there is no belts missing if so replace now there is a relay that engages the compressor and also there is a low pressure switch that determines if there is sufficiant gas pressure in the system if the pressure has dropped re leak in the cooling system then you have no pressure to turn on compressor this would let the air conditioning to not work first check to see if you have airconditioning system pressure by looking into glass sight lens if lense is green its got enough pressure if its not green you need to replace gas inside cooling system good luck with project and keep cool