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My 2006 sonata 4cyl with 25000 miles just had washer fluid added and now the ac blows warm. Could it be the washer fluid shorted the sensor in the ac hose by the washer bottle? Some of the fluid splashed over it and a few minutes later there was a smell blowing in and then no cool.

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