Question about Hyundai Motor 2003 Sonata
As with any electrical diagnosis you always want to check fuses and relays, but it sounds like 1 of 2 things......... you ethier really low on freon, causing it to cut off the clutch to save the compressor from damage due to lack of oil, (the lack of freon would indicate a leak in the system) Or your clutch switch is bad. resistance of .5 is normal, check the voltage from the harness, should be around 11.45 volts with engine running, if it s not then check your fuses, or relay also look for shorts in the harness along the path to the relay. if your checking the switch itself resistance should be around .5 like said earlier, but check a refrence manual to be absolute. but im sure its low freon or bad clutch switch.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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