Question about 2002 Hyundai Accent
You most likely have a leak somewhere that is too large for the sealant to stop. When you add freon to it the pressure in the system gets high enough for the system to work for a short while until it leaks out and the system stops working again. The most common spot for leaks on these is at the rear a/c unit where the lines run behind the right rear tire up to the expansion valve. I would avoid adding any more freon or stop leak to the system as it won't do anymore to stop the leak and the material in the stop leak can cause other problems if too much is added. A good shop that does a/c repairs should be able to find the leak and get you going again.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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