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I have a 2002 Santa Fe with auto temp. There is a build up of ice on the evaporator core. What could be causing this?

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One possible cause would be insufficient airflow through the evaporator to heat the refrigerant. Do you have in-cabin air filters in your car's HVAC system? The owner's manual may teach you how to change them.

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