Question about 2001 Hyundai XG300
To much freon can be just as bad as not having any at all.
its possable that after putting freon back in that it caused a leak to open up the rest of the way.
if the system has been expossed to the open air for any time then the thermostat block may have been frozen up inside.
make sure the comp is turning on when you call for ac.make sure the compressor is not cycling on and off. if it is then it is low.if it is low again this fast the there is a leak and you will have to use a sniffer tool to find the leak and have it repaired.make sure the fuses are all ok also.and also check that the ac fan or fans are turning on with the compressor.one fan is for the radiator and the other is for the ac .
the condensor in front of the radiator has to have air cooling it also.
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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