Question about 2005 Hyundai Sonata
2005 Sonata GLS, 6 cyl.
I had the thermostat replaced twice but water temperature immediately rises (almost red-lines) when I turn on the air-conditioner. Immediately cools when turned off. Temperature is always constant when air is not on.
The car doesn't smell like it is overheating ?!?!?!?! Hoses are somewhat soft.
Could the problem be the temperature coolant sender and/or sensor????
Or, is it more likely the water pump?????
What type of sensor? I mentioned that to this machanic he argued with me that there's no way.
Posted on Dec 07, 2014
Could be a bad sensor. I've seen this caused by a loose connection and may not be overheating in fact. Certainly should be checked out.
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