I took my car to the dealership and replaced the motor and when I got it back my AC wasn't working

Asked by May 13, 2018 at 12:48 AM about the 2013 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T Limited FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How can you take your car to the dealership and
get a new motor and when I got it back the AC
wasn't working they said that the compressor don't
fit the new moter what can I do about that

8 Answers

120,085

I have a hard time believing they gave such a feeble excuse. Did they tell you about a solution?

They said get a new compressor

305,605

did they replace the motor with the same engine? Sounds strange to me. they would have had to run a shorter serpentine belt. Might want to get them to look at it again or get a second opinion on what was actual done by another local mechanic.

I replaced the compressor and it's still not working what could it be

120,915

They don't want to admit it but they messed up, all of the original equipment should have fit the on the new engine, they should fix it right, you paid dealership prices for it too be fixed right. Attorneys love this stuff so if you can't get any satisfaction contact one, most have a free 1/2 hour consultation. HTH

Thank you so much

Thanks so much

They said it wasn't up under warranty so I will have to pay$1134 to get it fixed and said that was not right so they said get out they business

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