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Hyundai sonata air conditioning

Air conditioning promblems, the AC stoped working (no air blows). Will i have to take it to a dealership to get it fixed?

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One year or 20000 km.Fan is working.

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SOURCE: Hyundai sonata air conditioner trouble shooting

Most often this means the freon has gone down. You can add it yourself a lot cheaper if you are a little mechanically inclined by just buying a can of freon with a built-in gauge at Walmart or auto parts stores. Follow instructions on the can but be patient. It takes 10 to 30 minutes to add all of it. Or, a mechanic can do it. He will charge at least 40 to 80 bucks. If you or a mechanically inclined friend do it, less than $20.

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check if the compressor is engaged...if not, check if there is refrigerant in your system...

there is a pressure switch that would de-activate ur compressor when low on refrigerant..

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Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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SOURCE: 06 Hyundai sonata a/c stopped working. It does not

check the function of your AC system, how much pressure on high and low side

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

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SOURCE: AC not blowing cold air

Most likely the A/C system needs to be recharged with freon.
Most shops charge under $50 for this service.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Hyndai Sonata air conditoning blower only works on high

I agree with 'motgor1258'... replace the blower resistor (it's actually a power transistor).
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