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92 Camry AC Question

Posted by goldensmom (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 24, 07 at 11:27

I had a new condensor & conversion to 134 done on 6/21/05 at a Toyota dealership. Although it always worked well it never got as cold as my original AC did but at least it kept me cool. Now its blowing warm air.
2 weeks ago I had a brand new radiator put in and am wondering if one has to do with the other.
Also how difficult is it to put freeon in myself? Thanks


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RE: 92 Camry AC Question

The radiators for the engine coolant and a smaller one for the AC are separate units so I would expect these are independent of each other, e.g., replacing the radiator for engine coolant should not affect the AC unit, if anything, it could improve the AC operation if the old radiator was deficient in cooling capacity. The AC system should not have been disturbed.

One possibility is that the AC system could have been disturbed in some way while replacing the coolant engine radiator. It may be coincident. Your AC system may be low on refrigerant. The fuse to the compressor clutch may be burned out or disconnected.


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