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I have a 1999 hyundia accent and it over heat when iuse my air comdition during the summer tim and not the winter time ,i have flush my radiator put in a new thermostice and it still overheating my eletric fans are working

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  • corpse7 Jul 22, 2008

    I have a 2003 Hyundai Accent. I blew my head gasket 9 months ago. Got it replaced ran great til now. My car began to overheat again. I got the radiator flushed, new therm., and i found out my motor to my radiator fan was shot. Got a whole new fan works great still overheats. I also started up the car took my radiator cap off (please don't try unless you know what your doing) to relase any air locks i may have. All this any my car still overheats. My next course of action is new fuel pump and raidator cap. I'm trying everything brefore i got to the head gasket again. It's not cheap to get your engine tore aprt and put back together.

  • gthormann Oct 10, 2008

    I have a 1997 Hyundai Accent GS with 103K miles. It overheated this summer: a belt broke, radiator cracked and was replaced. A month later, it overheated again, there was a broken hose for the plastic container holding coolant? that was replaced. Two weeks later it's overheated again and 1 gallon of liquid goes into the radiator to get it to the shop. They can find no leaks or wetness around the car. I think they said the fan is okay...they're still looking at it.

  • tarikp Oct 21, 2008

    I have a 98 hyundai accent that overheats. The radiator was cleaned and flushed and is not leaking and filled with coolant. The oil is topped up. The only thing that seems to happen consistently with the overheating is the fact that the a/c is running. For some reason the a/c is causinig it to overheat. Could this be an electrical problem where the a/c fan is causing the radiator fan to malfunction?? How else could the a/c be linked to the car overheating?
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Have you checked the water pump and air locks in the system

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