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A/c not working after recharge two weeks later. no leaks in system per mechanic.
2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

A/C not working after recharge two weeks later. No leaks in system per mechanic.

(2004 Hyundai Santa Fe)
What is happening to the refrigerant if there are no leaks?
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Popular Answer
If the system still has pressure then there is an electrical fault in the clutch circuit or a control head problem. If there is no pressure then the system is leaking and they are just unable to find the leak. I will take a look if you would like me to
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on April 19, 2017
Thanks for your info. Will get pressure tested. If low and you can give me an estimate please provide your shops address so I may take you up on your offer. Scrib
I can't estimate that without seeing it, as I have no idea where...or if...it is leaking? If you bring it in to the shop, I will fix your concern. Thanks
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If the system still has pressure then there is an electrical fault in the clutch circuit or a control head problem. If there is no pressure then the system is leaking and they are just unable to find the leak. I will take a look if you would like me to
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on April 19, 2017
Thanks for your info. Will get pressure tested. If low and you can give me an estimate please provide your shops address so I may take you up on your offer. Scrib
I can't estimate that without seeing it, as I have no idea where...or if...it is leaking? If you bring it in to the shop, I will fix your concern. Thanks

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