Question about 2003 Kia Spectra
Every vehicle develop small leaks over period of time or soon will quit, its common for all vehicle although parts tend to ware and brakes. I would first check the fuses and relays making sure they are good. second check the pressure and the pressure switch. if you systems running low on refrigerant (feon) than you have small leaks or running low. if there not enough pressure in your systems than it wont trigger the switch to run the compressor and that may not cause the AC unit not to run. If your ac just quit running all of sudden, more likely its probably low on freon, than again switch may also be bad. if everything check out as fuses,switch,pressure than next would compressor.the switch will have two wire to it, location can be on the line, on compressor, evaporator and for most of kia on top of the dryer.I would have the systems check for proper pressure before you start replacing different parts. want to save some money, you can get most expensive parts from a junk yard, like compressor, evaporator and motors.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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