Question about 2006 Hyundai Elantra
I noticed that the a/c was running and the engine temp was fine. I then noticed the a/c compressor wasnt turning and the engine temp was rising. Could it be coolant or the thermostat.
Hi if the engine temp is normall check to see if theres a 12v supply at the commpressior when the ignition is on and the a/c is on as this operates the compressiors clutch if you mean the pulley that on the compressior is not turning the compressior is seized and the belt dragging causing the engine to overheat due to the extra load its trying to rotate yates210456
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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