A/C was working put some recharge in now doesn't get cold at all. Fuses ok compressor ok. Overcharged?


Asked by Jul 31, 2016 at 01:41 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry XLE V6

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Could very well be overcharged. Those recharge bottles come with a basic gauge, if that isn't enough you can borrow a set of manifold gauges from places like Autozone. However to fix it being overcharged you will have to bleed off some of the refrigerant into the atmosphere, which is not good. A shop can do this and capture the refrigerant.


It actually had to much oil in it. Drained it all out and recharged it. Working all good now.


That may be helpful to someone else to know that.

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