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A/C Issues Appear to Be Gone......(why can't you edit the title??)

For the past two years I had A/C issues where after driving 2+ hours in temps above 80, the A/C stopped blowing cool air and the fan blew weak.
The dealer last year, after conferring with Hyundai Cooperate, replaced a sensor on the compressor.
I was not going to take any chances, so I replaced the thermister myself.
Yesterday driving from SC to Florida, the temps registered on the dash were showing low to high 80's and I was stopped in bumper to bumper traffic for awhile on I4 near Disney (go figure). The A/C stayed ice cold for the entire trip and when I checked the A/C lines under the hood, no frost buildup.
Fingers crossed that it will continue to work as intended......
 

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A/C Issues Appear to Be Gone......(why can't you edit the title??)

For the past two years I had A/C issues where after driving 2+ hours in temps above 80, the A/C stopped blowing cool air and the fan blew weak.
The dealer last year, after conferring with Hyundai Cooperate, replaced a sensor on the compressor.
I was not going to take any chances, so I replaced the thermister myself.
Yesterday driving from SC to Florida, the temps registered on the dash were showing low to high 80's and I was stopped in bumper to bumper traffic for awhile on I4 near Disney (go figure). The A/C stayed ice cold for the entire trip and when I checked the A/C lines under the hood, no frost buildup.
Fingers crossed that it will continue to work as intended......
There is actually a recall for that. Just came out.
Check to see if your car is included even though you have replaced the thermistor yourself

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Have to check to see if mine is on the list. I had my compressor replaced as it squealed like a pig and it was the hottest day of the summer :(.
 
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