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Heating,

Ventilation &
Air Conditioning
General
Generals .......................................................
Performance Test Diagnosis .........................
On-Vehicle Inspection ..................................
Specifications ...............................................

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Heater and Air Conditioner Control System


Components ................................................. HA - 16
Inspection ..................................................... HA - 18

Blower Assembly
Components ................................................. HA - 21
Inspection ..................................................... HA - 23

Heater Assembly
Components ................................................. HA - 26
Inspection ..................................................... HA - 28

Air Conditioner Assembly


Components .................................................
Compressor
Components ...........................................
Inspection ................................................
Condenser Fan and Motor
Components ...........................................
Inspection ................................................
Receiver Drier
Components ...........................................
Inspection ................................................
Evaporator Unit
Components ...........................................
Inspection ................................................

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HA - 33
HA - 35
HA - 36
HA - 37
HA - 38
HA - 39
HA - 40
HA - 43

General
Generals

KVTH100A

Cautions for Handling Refrigerant

Replacement Parts of the Air-con System

1. R-134a liquid refrigerant is highly volatile. A drop on


the skin of your hand could result in localized
frostbite. When handling the refrigerant, be sure to
wear gloves.

1. Never open or loosen the jointing part before


completing the evacuation of gas in the system.

2. It is standard practice to wear goggles or glasses to


protect your eyes, and gloves to protect your hands.
If the refrigerant splashes into your eyes, wash them
with clean water immediately.
3. The R-134a container is highly pressurized Never
leave it in a hot place, and check that the storage
temperature is less than 52C.
4. The R-134a refrigerant and the R-12 refrigerant
should not mixed each other even they are small
amount. If these two refrigerants are mixed, the
compressor will be defective.
5. Use only recommended refrigerant. If the refrigerants
other than the recommended one used, the system
failure may occur.

2. Before connecting the jointing parts, seal it at first.


Apply refrigerant oil at the jointing parts and seal
before connecting them.
3. As the parts for R-134a air-con system and those of
R-12 air-con system are not compatible each other,
do not use them together.
NOTICE
a. If the O-ring used for R-12 system is installed at
the R-134a system, bubbles may be generated
at the O-ring or the O-ring may swell. As a result,
the refrigerant may leak.
b. If the compressor oil only used for R-12 system
is applied to the R-134a system, the compressor
failure may occur

6. PAG absorbs the moisture from the atmosphere at a


rapid rate, therefore, the following precautions should
be observed.
a. When removing the air-con components from a
vehicle, plug immediately the components to
prevent from the moisture with caps.
b. When assembling the components to a vehicle,
do not remove the caps until just before installing
the components.
c. Complete the connection of all refrigerant tubes
and hoses without delay to prevent the Air-con
system from taking on moisture.
d. Use the recommended lubricant only.

KVTH101A

Air flow diagram

EMTHA5001A

Performance Test Diagnosis


The test gauge indicators shown on the following chapter
are to be used as typical examples of common problems
which you may need to diagnose.
Gauge Readings
Low side

High side

Other Symptoms

Low side

High side

Low side

High side

Diagnosis

Correction

Discharge air: slightly cool Some air and moisture in syste- 1. Check leaks.
.
m.
2. Discharge refrigerant from
Thermostatic switch (Thersystem.
mistor):Low side gauge d3. Repair leaks if there are aoesn't fluctuate with switcny leak.
h "ON" and "OFF".
4. Replace receiver-drier.
The drier is probably saturated with moisture.
5. Evacuate the system for
at least 30 minutes.
6. Charge system with refrigerant.
7. Operate system and check performance.
Discharge air: Becomes Excessive moisture in system
warm as vacuum is in low
side cycle.
Discharge air: Becomes
warm all the time when hot.

1. Discharge refrigerant
2. Replace receiver-drier
3. Evacuate the system with
a recovery/ recycling system.
4. Recharge the system to proper capacity.
5. Operate the system and check performance.

Compressor: Cycle repe- Defective thermostatic switch


ats on and off too fast.
Low side gauge: Not enough range shown on low
side gauge.

1. Stop engine and turn air conditioning "OFF"


2. Replace thermostatic switch.
When installing new thermostatic switch, make sure that the thermistor is installed in the same position
on the evaporator core as
old position.
3. Operate system and check performance.

Gauge Readings

Other Symptoms

Diagnosis

Correction

Low side

High side

Compressor: low side pre- Faulty thermostatic switch


ssure builds up too high before compressor turns on
(cycle "ON" point too high
)

1. Stop engine and turn air conditioning "OFF"


2. Repair or replace thermostatic switch with thermistor (make sure that all wiring is positioned so that no
short circuiting can occurred).
3. Operate system and check performance.

Low side

High side

Discharge air: Slightly co-


ol.

System slightly low on refri- 1.


gerant
2.
3.
4.

Check leaks.
Discharge refrigerant.
Repair leaks.
Check compressor oil level.
5. Evacuate system using a
recovery/ recycling system
.
6. Charge system with refrigerant.
7. Operate system and check performance.

Low side

High side

Discharge air: Warm

System very low on refrig- 1. Check leaks.


erant
2. Leak test compressor seal
Possible leak in system.
area very carefully.
3. Discharge refrigerant.
4. Check compressor oil level.
5. Evaporate system using a
recovery/ recycling unit.
6. Charge system with refrigerant.
7. Operate system and check performance.

Low side

High side

Discharge air: Slightly co-


ol.
Expansion valve: Sweatin-
g or frost build up.

Expansion valve stuck clos- 1. Discharge system.


ed.
2. Disconnect inlet line at exScreen plugged.
pansion valve and remove
Sensing bulb malfunction.
and inspect screen.
3. Clean and replace screen
and reconnect inlet line.
4. Evacuate system using a
recovery/ recycling unit.
5. Charge system with refrigerant.

Gauge Readings
Low side

High side

Other Symptoms

Diagnosis

Correction

Discharge air: slightly cool


.
High side pipe: Cool and
sweating or frost.

Restriction in high side of s- 1. Discharge system.


ystem
2. Remove and replace receiver drier, liquid pipes or
other defective components.
3. Evacuate system using a
recovery/ recycling unit.
4. Charge system with refrigerant.
5. Operate system and check performance.

Low side

High side

Compressor: Noisy

Compressor malfunction

1. Replace compressor.
2. Remove compressor cylinder head and inspect compressor.
3. Check compressor oil level.
4. Replace receiver-drier.
5. Operate system and check performance.

Low side

High side

Discharge air: Warm.


High side pipe: Very hot

Malfunctioning condenser o- 1. Check for loose or worn fvercharge.


an belt.
2. Inspect condenser for clogged air passage.
3. Inspect condenser mounting for proper radiator clearance.
4. Check for refrigerant overcharge.
5. Operate system and check performance.

Low side

High side

Discharge air: Slightly co-


ol.

Large amount of air and moi- 1. Discharge refrigerant from


sture
system.
2. Replace receiver-drier which may be saturated with
moisture.
3. Evacuate system using vacuum pump.
4. Charge system with refrigerant.
5. Operate system and check performance.

Gauge Readings
Low side

High side

Other Symptoms

Discharge air: Warm.


Evaporator: Sweating or
frost.

Diagnosis

Expansion valve stuck open

Correction
1. Discharge system.
2. Replace expansion valve,
and dryer making sure all
contacts are clean and secure.
3. Evacuate system using a
recovery/ recycling unit, then recharge system with
refrigerant.
4. Operate system and check performance.

2. Install the charging hose of the gauge set to the


service port (high pressure, low pressure hose port).

On-Vehicle Inspection
Installation of Manifold Gauge Set
CAUTION
For R-12 and R-134a, they are use different kinds of
refrigerants and lubricants so that they should not
be mixed each other, even it is small amount.
Therefore, it is necessary to use special service
tools and equipment for service.
If you use the equipments in correctly, the
refrigerants or lubricants of the air-con system may
be contaminated.

KVTH104A

3. Tighten the nut of the manifold gauge set with hand.

KVTH103A

1. Close the both hand valves of the manifold gauge


set.

KVTH105A

System Evacuation

Checking for the Refrigerant Leakage

CAUTION
a. When connecting the service equipment, perform
the work in accordant with the manufacturer's
instructions.

When performing the service related to the


disassembling and removing the cooling system or
connection fitting, perform the check for leakage with an
electric leak detector.

b. Do not breathe the refrigerants or vapors.

NOTICE
In order to use the leak detector properly, read the
manual supplied by the manufacturer before using it.

c. If the refrigerants are discharged, ventilate the


working area before resuming the service.
1. When the air-con system has been opened to the
atmosphere, such as during installation or repair, it is
necessary to evacuate the refrigerant using a R-134a
Recovery/Recycling/Charging System. (If the system
has been opened for several days, the receiver dryer
should be replaced and the refrigerant of the system
should be evacuated for several hours.)

1. Check the torque of the connection fittings. If it is too


loose, tighten it to the specified torque.

2. Per the equipment manufacturer's instructions,


connect the Recovery/Recycling/Charging System
(A) to the high pressure service port (B) and the low
pressure service port (C).

3. Check the compressor oil. If needed, replenish the


oil.

Check for gas leakage with the leak detector.


2. If the gas leakage continues even after the fitting has
been tightened properly, then discharge the
refrigerant from the system, disconnect the fitting and
check for damages.

Then, evacuate the refrigerant from the system.

EQKE007A

EQKE004A

3. If the low-pressure does not reach 760mmHg or more


in 15 minutes, it means that there is a leak in the
system.
Partially charge the system and check for leaks.

System Charging
CAUTION
a. When connecting the service equipment, perform
the work in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
b. Do not breathe the refrigerants or vapors.
c. If the refrigerants are discharged, ventilate the
working area before resuming the service.
1. Per the equipment manufacturer's instructions,
connect the Recovery/Recycling/Charging System
(A) to the high pressure service port (B) and the low
pressure service port (C).
Then, evacuate the refrigerant from the system.

Inspection before driving


[Except D4GA engine]
1. Check if the condenser pin is clogged or damaged.
If the condenser pin is clogged, clean it with cleaner.
CAUTION
When cleaning the condenser pin, be careful not
to damage it.
2. Check if the drive belt is properly installed in the
pulley groove.
3. Check the tension of the drive belt.
CAUTION
If the tension of the belt is not proper, it causes
the inferior in the performance of the air-con or
in the duration of the drive belt.
V-belt Tension (After Driving)

EQKE004A

2. Add the same amount of new refrigerant oil to the


system that was removed during recovery.

6 ~ 9mm

EMTHA5002A

4. After loosen the adjusting nut of the idler pulley,


move the idler pulley to control the tension of the
driver belt.

NOTICE
Use only the specified refrigerant oil, FD46XG(PAG).
3. Charge the system with specified amount of R-134a
refrigerant.
Do not overcharge the system. If doing so, the
compressor may be damaged.
Amount of the Air-con Ref- 50020g (D4GA Engine)
rigerant
42520g (D4DD Engine)
625 20g (D4AE, D4AF,
D4DC Engine)
600 20g (D4AL, D4DA,
D4DB Engine)
570 20g (D4AL, NARROW)

EMTHA5003A

Inspection before driving[D4GA engine]


1. Check if the condenser pin is clogged or damaged.
If the condenser pin is clogged, clean it with cleaner.
CAUTION
When cleaning the condenser pin, be careful not
to damage it.
2. Check if the drive belt is properly installed in the
pulley groove.

EMTHA5004A

5. Crank the engine.


6. Turn on the switch of the Air-con.
NOTICE
Check if the blower switch operates normally at each
position.
7. Check the operation of the magnetic clutch.
8. When operating the magnetic clutch, check if the idle
rpm is increasing.
9. Check the operating status of the condenser fan
motor.
Air-con Switch

Condenser Fan Motor

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

10.Check whether the air-com normally operates.


If the air-con is abnormal, check if the refrigerant is
leak using a gas leakage detector.

SUDHAA0001L

3. Crank the engine.


4. Turn on the switch of the air conditioner.
NOTICE
Check if the blower switch operates normally at each
position.
5. Check the operation of the magnetic clutch.
6. When operating the magnetic clutch, check if the idle
rpm is increasing.
7. Check the operating status of the condenser fan
motor.
Air conditioner switch

Condenser fan motor

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

8. Check whether the air conditioner normally operates.


If the air conditioner is abnormal, check if the
refrigerant is leak using a gas leakage detector.

Specifications
Items
Heater unit

Blower unit

Specifications

Type

Two-way flow pull air mixing system

Capacity

3,80010% kcal/h

Heater control assembly

Push & Rotary type

Heater case material

P.P + TALC 20%

Heater case

2.00.2mm

Heater core type

AL.TUBE & FIN CORRUGATE

Heater core size

163.5W x 185H x 27D

Door driving typ- Ventilation & Heater, hood door


e
Temperature door

Motor actuator driving

Output axis torque

4kgf.cm

Output axis RPM

4.0rpm

Output axis rotation direction

Clockwise, Counter clockwise

Nominal voltage

DC 24V

Output axis stall current

Max. 300mA

Minimum operating voltage

DC 20V

Nominal current

Max. 125mA

Blower unit case

P.P + TALC 20%

Thickness of the blower unit case (mm)

1.80.2(Mando), 2.00.2(Dongwhan)

Blower fan type

SIROCCO TYPE

Blower fan size

147 x 76.2 h

Blade number of the blower fan

44 EA

Blower motor

Operation voltage

DC 24V

No load velocity

3,400rpm(with Air-con), 3,200rpm(without Aircon)

Insulating resistance

1M or more

Rotation direction

Clockwise

Range of temperature

-30C~80C

Cable driving

Items
Evaporator unit

Specifications
P.P + TALC 20%

Materials
Core

Type

LAMINATED PLATE & C/FIN TYPE (1 TANK)

Size

223W x 220H x 940D(Dongwhan)


216W x 211H x 780(Mando)

Fin pitch

2.1mm(Dongwhan), 1.82mm(Mando)

Expansion valve Type

Resister

Air-con

Compressor

Block TXV Type

Stopping overheat(kgf/cm.G)

1.40.1 (0C), 2.450.2(10C) ; Dongwhan


1.30.1(0C), 1.50.1(0C) in TCI ; Mando

Capacity

1.5RT

Nominal voltage

DC 24V

Range of using temperature

-30C~60C

Range of operating temperature

DC 20V ~ DC 30V

Short time

HI-LO (sec)

24040(Dongwhan), 28540(Mando)

HI-ML (sec)

8530(Dongwhan), 12530(Mando)

HI-MI (sec)

4020(Dongwhan), 6520(Mando)

Refrigerant

R-134a

Cooling capacity

3,40010% kcal/h

Refrigerant capacity

62520g(D4AE, D4AF, D4DC Engine)


60020g(D4AL, D4DA, D4DB Engine)
57020g[D4AL (NARROW)]
42520g(D4DD)
50020g(D4GA)

Type

HS-17 swash plate (Except D4GA)


HS-15 swash plate (D4GA)

Nominal voltage

DC 24V

Energy consumption

Max. 47W

Pulley type

A-Type (140mm)

Max. RPM

7000 rpm

Frictional torque

4.4kgf.m Min.

Lubricant

FD46XG oil (18010cc)

Pressure
valve

relief Operating pressure


Release pressure

35~42.2kg/cm.G
Min. 28.1kg/cm.G

Items
Receiver dryer

Specifications

Materials

AL 6061

Drying agent

XH-9(50g) or the equivalent

Pressure for airtight test

36kgf/cm.G

Pressure for pressure test

54kgf/cm.G

Dual pressure sHigh pressure switch


witch

OFF : 32kg/cm2
DIFF : 6kg/cm2
ON : 2.0kg/cm0.2
DIFF : 0.25kg/cm Max.

Low pressure switch


Thermocon

OFF : 1.00.5C(Mando), 1.0C(Dongwhan)


DIFF : 3.00.5C(Mando), 1.5C(Dongwhan)

Service Standard
Item

Nominal Value

Tension of the V-belt (After running)

6 ~ 9mm

Compressor Magnetic Clutch (Air Gap)

0.35 ~ 0.75mm (When the Magnetic Switch is OFF)

Tightening Torque
[O-ring Jointing Part]
Tightening Torque

Outer Diameter of Pipe (m m)

Nm

kgf.m

lb-ft

12~15

1.2~1.5

8.6~10.8

12.7

20~25

2.0~2.5

14.4~18.0

16

29~34

3.0~3.5

21.6~25.3

[Jointing Part of the FLAT Type Pipe]


Tightening Torque

Outer Diameter of Pipe


(mm)

Nm

kgf.m

lb-ft

4~8

0.4~0.8

2.8~5.7

12.7

10~15
20~29

1.0~1.5
2.0~3.0

7.2~10.8
14.4~21.6

16

20~29

2.0~3.0

14.4~21.6

[General Bolt and Nut]


Thread size
dia.x pitch
(mm)

Tightening Torque
4T

7T

8T

9T

Nm

kgf.m

lb-ft

Nm

kgf.m

lb-ft

Nm

kgf.m

lb-ft

Nm

kgf.m

lb-ft

M5 x 0.8

3~4

0.3~
0.4

2.1~
2.8

5~6

0.5~
0.6

2.6~
4.3

5~7

0.5~
0.7

3.6~
5.0

M6 x 1.0

5~6

0.5~
0.6

3.6~
4.3

9~11

0.9~
1.1

6.5~
7.9

8~12

0.8~
1.2

5.7~
8.6

M7 x 1.26

12~16

1.2~
1.6

8.6~
11.5

20~25

2.0~
2.5

14.4~
18.0

20~29

2.0~
3.0

14.4~
21.6

M10 x 1.26

25~29

2.5~
3.0

18.0~
21.6

39~49

4.0~
5.0

28.9~
36.1

44~59

4.5~
6.0

32.5~
43.3

47~
71

4.8~
7.2

35~
52.0

M10 x 1.5

18~26

1.8~
2.7

13.0~
19.5

32~49

3.3~
5.0

23.8~
36.1

42~59

4.3~
6.0

31.1~
43.3

44~
67

4.5~
6.8

32.5~
49.1

M12 x 1.25

34~44

3.5~
4.5

25.3~
32.5

59~78

6.0~
8.0

43.3~
57.8

83~
108

8.5~
11

61.4~
79.5

85~
128

8.7~
13.1

62.9~
94.7

M14 x 1.5

76~83

7.8~
8.5

56.4~
61.4

118~
137

12~
14

86.7~
101.2

127~
177

13~
38

94.0~
130.1

Heater and Air Conditioner Control System


Components
[ LHD ]

SUDHAA0002L

1.
2.
3.
4.

Main Crash Pad


Blower Assembly
Facia Panel
Intake Control Switch

5. Blower Switch
6. Mode Switch
7. Temperature Control Switch

[ RHD ]

SUDHAA0003L

1.
2.
3.
4.

Main Crash Pad


Blower Assembly
Facia Panel
Intake Control Switch

5. Blower Switch
6. Mode Switch
7. Temperature Control Switch

KVTH119A

Inspection
2. Air Intake Switch

1. Blower Switch

EMTHA5025A

SUDHAA0004L

KVTH120A

KVTH118A

KVTH121A

3. Temperature Control Lever


Set the temperature control lever (B) of the control
assembly to the COOL position. Using the fixing key
of the heater unit Cable (A), fix the Cable firmly.

KVTH122A

KVTH124A

4. Mode Actuator Switch

EMTHA5027A
EMTHA5026A

KVTH125A

KVTH126A

Blower Assembly
Components
[ LHD ]

SUDHAA0005L

1. Blower Motor
2. Joint Duct

3. Blower Assembly

[ RHD ]

SUDHAA0006L

1. Blower Motor
2. Joint Duct

3. Blower Assembly

Inspection
1. Check the air entrance/exit actuator.

SUDHAA0008L

SUDHAA0007L

SUDHAA0009L

2. Check the Blower Motor.


1) Remove the blower motor connector.

KVTH128A

KVTH130B

KVTH129A

2) As shown in figure, connect the battery terminals


to the blower motor terminal. Check the revolution
state of the blower motor.
If the motor does not work, replace or repair the
blower motor.

1) When an electric power is applied between the


power relay terminal No.85 and No.86, check that
there is an electric current between the terminal
No.30 and No.87.

SUDHAA0011L

4. Check the relay.(4 pins)


1) Remove the relay connector from the blower unit.

KVTH130A

3. Check the blower relay.(5 pins)

SUDHAA0012L

SUDHAA0010L

2) Check the electric current between the blower


relay terminals.

5. Check the resistor.

EMTHA5029A

SUDHAA0013L

1) Measure terminal-to-terminal resistance of the


blower resistor.
2) If measured resistance is not within specification,
the blower resistor must be replaced. (After
removing the resistor)

KVTH131A

SUDHAA0014L

SUDHAA0015L

Heater Assembly
Components
[ LHD ]

SUDHAA0016L

1. Heater Unit
2. Joint Duct

3. Blower Assembly

[ RHD ]

SUDHAA0017L

1. Heater Unit
2. Joint Duct

3. Blower Assembly

Inspection
1. Check the Mode Actuator

EMTHA5030A

2. After connecting the battery (-) terminal to the 1st


terminal and the battery (+) terminal to the 2nd
terminal, turn the switch to any position.

KVTH133A

If the actuator is not working, replace the actuator.

KVTH134A

KVTH133B

3. When installing the heater hose (A), be ensure that


the clamp (B) is tightened firmly.

Inspection (D4GA engine, RHD)


1. Check the Mode Actuator

SUDHAA0020L

2. After connecting the battery (-) terminal to the 1st


terminal and the battery (+) terminal to the 2nd
terminal, turn the switch to any position.
If the actuator is not working, replace the actuator.

KVTH135A

CAUTION
1. When install the heater hose and pipe, be
careful that foreign material does not intrude,
and the jointing portion between the hose and
pipe does not have leakages.
2. Apply the liquid sealant at the jointing portion
of the pipe and hose.

KVTH133B

KVTH136A

SUDHAA0019L

3. When installing the heater hose (A), be ensure that


the clamp (B) is tightened firmly.

KVTH135A

CAUTION
1. When install the heater hose and pipe, be
careful that foreign material does not intrude,
and the jointing portion between the hose and
pipe does not have leakages.
2. Apply the liquid sealant at the jointing portion
of the pipe and hose.

KVTH136A

Air Conditioner Assembly


Components

SUDHAA0021L

1. Evaporator assembly
2. Compressor assembly
3. Suction hose

4. Discharge hose
5. Condenser assembly

Components(D4GA engine)

SUDHAA0022L

1.
2.
3.
4.

Evaporator assembly
Compressor assembly
Discharge hose
Suction hose

5. Condenser assembly
6. Liquid hose
7. Radiator reservoir

Compressor
Components

SUDHAA0023L

1. Compressor Connector
2. Magnetic Clutch

3. V-Belt
4. Body

Components(D4GA engine)

SUDHAA0024L

1. Compressor body assembly


1-1. Manifold assembly
1-2. Wrench bolt
2. Shaft seal assembly
3. Retainer ring

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Felt seal
Field coil assembly
Pulley assembly
Retainer ring
Spacer

9. Disc & hub assembly


10. Hex flange head bolt
11. Connector bracket
12. Washer screw

2. Check the magnetic clutch air gap.

Inspection
1. Operation of Magnetic Clutch
1) Remove the connector from the magnetic clutch.
2) Connect the battery (-) terminal to the magnetic
clutch connector and the battery (-) terminal to
the body.

Using a thickness gauge, check the gap between the


clutch hub and the pulley.
When Magnetic Switch is OFF: 0.35~0.75mm

3) If the magnetic clutch is normal, there is a "click"


sound.
If the pulley and the armature are not contacted
(there is no "click" sound), the magnetic clutch
has been damaged.

KVTH138A

KVTH137A

SUDHAA0026L

SUDHAA0025L

Condenser Fan And Motor


Components

SUDHAA0027L

1. Condenser Fan

2. Fan Motor

Components (D4GA engine)

SUDHAA0028L

1. Condenser fan

2. Fan motor

2. Inspection of the condenser fan motor

Inspection
1. Disconnect condenser fan motor connector(A).

After connecting the condenser pin connecter 1 to the


battery (+) terminal and the pin connector 2 to the
ground, check the motor operation

EMTHA5032A

KVTH143A

SUDHAA0029L

Receiver Drier
Components

EMTHA5020A

Components (D4GA engine)

SUDHAA0030L

Inspection
1. If there is a temperature difference between the
entrance of the receiver drier and the exit of it, it
means that the receiver drier is clogged.

2. Check the high pressure switch and the low pressure


switch of the dual pressure switch.
If they are not normally working, replace the dual
pressure switch.
Dual
Pressure
Switch

KVTH145A

SUDHAA0031L

High Pressure
Switch

OFF: 32kgf/cm 2
DIFF: 6kgf/cm 2

Low Pressure
Switch

ON: 2.0kgf/cm 0.2


DIFF: 0.25kgf/cm

Evaporator Unit
Components
[ LHD ]

SUDHAA0032L

1. Joint Duct

2. Evaporate Unit

[ RHD ]

SUDHAA0033L

1. Joint Duct

2. Evaporate Unit

SUDHAA0034L

1. Evaporator Core Assembly


2. Insulator Case Lower
3. Evaporator Lower Air-conditioner Case

4. Evaporator Air-conditioner Resister


5. Insulator Case Upper
6. Evaporator Upper Air-conditioner Case

Inspection
Check for the Thermocon
1. Turn on the Air-Con switch to start blower.
2. Start the engine.
3. After connecting the voltmeter to the connector NO.1
and No.3 terminals of the switch, check that there is
any variations on the voltage between the terminals
according to the surface temperature of the
evaporator.
4. If the Thermocon switch is abnormal, remove the
evaporator unit and replace the Thermocon switch.
Operating
Temperature

1.0 0.5C

3.0 0.5C

Thermocon
Terminal
Switch
Voltage
Operating(1, 3)
Temperature

1.0 0.5C

4.0 0.5C

0V

Remark

EMTHA5023A

Check the Resister


The
compressor
clutch does
not work.

1. Remove the resister connector from the evaporator


unit.

The
24V or 12V compressor
clutch works.

KVTH148C

KVTH148B

2. Check the electrical current between the terminals of


the resister connector.

[Resistor Connector]

EMTHA5031A
SUDHAA0035L

1) LO Check
Check the resister value between the blower
resistor terminal No.1 and No.2

[Circuit Diagram (24V)]

Resistor Value: 7.0


2) ML Check
Check the resistor value between the blower
resistor terminal No.1 and No.4.
Resistor Value: 2.94
3) MH Check
Check the resistor value between the blower
resistor terminal No.1 and No.3.
Resistor Value: 0.9

KVTH150A