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What causes overheating on santa fe - 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe

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SOURCE: airconditioner of a 2001Hyundai Santa Fe

There is an EPA requirement that the amount of refrigerant required be indicated somewhere on the unit.

There are no moving parts that would cause a leak, but leaks can usually be found by looking for oily hoses, connectors, fittings, and coils, etc. The oil coats the inside of the system parts, and the leaking refrigerant will tend to push the oil out through the leak.

Unless you know the unit is low or out of refrigerant, then look for any cooling problems to be compressor related.

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 santa fe A/C compressor replaced, engine surging & dying

I am not sure where the compressor is on the santa fe but it sounds like something was not hooked back up properly or something like a vacuum line was damaged during job. If a shop did it I would ask the to please just look at it and see if anything is out of place. If you did it I would retrace steps. Is the check engine light on ? How is it running different ?

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

SOURCE: the heaters on my 2005 hyundai santa fe have

dear friend-it is basicly impossible that no air can enter unless the duckting pipes is completely blocked,your heater valve control the hot and cold air as it is only a two way switch,the air-con make use of the same tunnels but will not come on if there is no gas in the system.

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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