Hi My Totoyota Carolla is 2006 Model and i am facing problem in regards to the AC, especially during noon time, AC is functioning properly during night and early morning, can you pls guide me.

Asked by May 24, 2013 at 06:19 AM about the 2006 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Rohit

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Sure, sounds like you need to have your AC system inspected and tested. It might be as simple as being low on Refrigerent.

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Definitely agree with Tom. The Air Conditioning system is reliant on the refridgerant in the vacuum tubes to absorb the heat from the air, and uses the fan to pump that into the cab of the vehicle. If the refridgerant (R134-a usually) has not been recharged for several years, it could be that at that time of day the A/C is not working hard enough to absorb that heat. I recommend taking your car to a CERTIFIED shop to have the air recharged. The recharge kits at the Auto-Parts store do not test for vacuum leaks and can be dangerous to your health, and to others. Pay the $49.95 and have a professional look at the system.

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For your consideration: Toyota Corolla Air Conditioning Problems All Models 2005-2006 If you or someone you know has problems with their Toyota Corolla years 2005-2006 needs to know this information. It costs $300 to repair the A/C condenser and $300 in labor for a total of $600. It is important that you as a consumer knows exactly what your rights are.......Toyota has issued a Technical Service Bulletin indicating that the A/C condenser is not properly protected the number for this report is AC002-06. However, Toyota has redesigned the Corolla to correct this in 2007 by properly protecting the A/C condenser leaving the 2005-2006 customers in the dust. Please contact Toyota if you have this issue at 1-800-331-4331 or customerservice@toyota.com and tell them that you demand total replacement of the A/C condenser and full protection. Then go to www.nhtsa.dot.gov/ and lodge a vehicle complaint to force a recall. Remember in the southwest this is a health hazard because of the extreme heat.

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I posted that because I am beginning to have problems with my 2006 A/C and ran across that during my research

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