My air conditioning (Kia Optima 2003 SE V6) blows warm air; it doesnt ever blow cold air.

Rx8202
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Asked by Rx8202 Apr 18, 2009 at 10:49 AM about the 2003 Kia Optima SE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The heat works just fine though.

3 Answers

Adam Morgan
5,135

Take it to a shop to have it diagnosed. It may be a switch, relay, broken part, or a leak. Do NOT by the little cans of refrigerant and charge the system that can over pressurize the system and lead to more problems. They are only a band aid if you have a leak

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Renald Martin
10

true you might have a leak or compressor maybe damaged and or have a vaccum leak in the venting systeme causing the traps not to open properlyhvave it tested with dye only your mechanic can do.it's pretty costly just to have tested alsoruns in the hundreds.just for testingso good luck

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CarMan5000
0

did you try turning the ac button on?

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