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Your Hyundai Accent should blow cold air when you turn on the air conditioner. The first step should be to check the switch and make sure that it is set to blow cold air. If it is, you may have a problem with the AC compressor. A bad compressor will not circulate refrigerant through the system, which causes the air conditioner to not work as it should. You should check both the compressor and refrigerant before deciding if you need to install a new AC compressor. If the compressor is the problem, you can get your replacement here. On occasion the hardest part about maintaining your vehicle is finding a reliable source for reliable parts like an AC Compressor. If your AC Compressor wears out, the sensible plan is acquiring a new top-quality replacement or OEM AC Compressor to maintain your vehicle in top condition. Many times the most frustrating thing about repairing an older vehicle is looking for a reliable source for reliable parts.
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Hyundai Accent AC Compressor
Your Hyundai Accent may be a small subcompact car, but that doesn’t mean it can’t blow the most wonderful cold air on those scorching summer days. If you are looking for auto parts to help your vehicle stay at tip-top performance levels, check with us here at PartsGeek.com. We have a huge inventory of replacement parts to choose from.
What is an AC compressor?
The AC compressor is the heart of your automobile’s air conditioning system and keeps you cool on hot days by pressurizing and pumping a special refrigerant to the evaporator. As warm air from your vehicle passes through the evaporator, a fan returns the now cold air back into the car.
What does an AC compressor cost?
Here at PartsGeek.com, AC compressor replacement parts for your Hyundai Accent usually cost between $145 and $478. We offer a 30-day return policy to ensure you are satisfied with your purchase.
What are the symptoms of a failing AC compressor?
When your AC compressor begins to fail, you will know it because when you turn on the air conditioning in your car, the cool air won’t be very cool at all. Here are two signs to look out for if you suspect your compressor may be failing:
- There is a loud noise when you turn the AC unit on. The sealed unit has bearings inside that can break down and cause a high pitched squeal or a horrible grinding sound.
- The air just isn’t cold any more. A failing compressor won’t be able to move the refrigerant, so it can’t cool your car’s interior.
What causes an AC compressor to fail?
There are two common reasons your AC compressor can fail. The first is because a weld or seam bursts and causes the system to leak. This is usually due to an accident. The second is because of corrosion in the system that again causes it to leak. This occurs when organic materials such as bugs or leaves enter the system and come in contact with the evaporator. As they decompose, a corrosive substance forms and breaks down the evaporator’s surface.
AC Compressors available for the following Hyundai Accent years: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95. This part is also sometimes called Hyundai Accent Air Conditioning. We stock ac compressor parts for most Hyundai models including Santa Fe, Sonata, Tucson, Elantra, Genesis Coupe, Tiburon, XG350, Azera, Genesis, Veloster, Santa Fe Sport, Entourage, Veracruz, Elantra GT, Equus, Elantra Coupe, XG300, Excel and Scoupe.