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Posted by Anonymous on
Yours is a new car, so AC should be working correctly. Still you can get it checked at an authorized service outlet. Is cooling sufficient in the summer months? Does AC cut off from time to time, at least when the temperature setting is kept high? If answer is negative to either of these, then get the AC checked.
Also if there is a substantial drop in pickup when AC comes on, get AC checked. According Hyundai manual says that AC should be used at least once a week to keep it functioning correctly. I hope you did that in the winter months.
If AC is working fine, then I suggest that you always keep the air under 100% recirculation (avoid fresh air mode). Secondly keep the AC setting to as high a temperature as is comfortable, and keep blower at minimum speed after the initial cooling is over.
Posted on Sep 18, 2017
Thats easy,,,,dont turn on the AC,,,the AC realy sokes up the power from the engine,,you may also have a partly sezed up AC compresor
i never use my AC i lurned its a lot cheeper to open the windows!
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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