2007 toyota camry hybrid ac problems

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Asked by Jun 07, 2016 at 02:52 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2007 Camry Hybrid. When i turn my ac system on the fan blows
but there is ONLY hot air coming out. I have an ECO Heat/AC button under
the steering wheel, but the light does not come on when you press that
button. The AC button lights up on the temperature control panel on the
center dash. What could be the issue? I am trying to avoid paying $200 for
a diagnostic if its just a DIY minor fix.

5 Answers

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Check if the pulley on the compressor turns or not, then use a ac gauge to check the level of the freon. I would recommend you use a common and cheaper brand AC PRO sold in all auto parts stores. Advance auto part has it for $29 after mail in rebate.

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@apostle77, i put Freon in it. It is full but still doesn't blow out cold. I will check the pulley on the compressor though. Do you know if the Eco Heat/Air button controls anything besides the efficiency of gas usage when Heat/Ac is on?

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Real.....did you resolve the issue with this vehicle?

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The compressor needed to be replaced. Once replaced, the air is cold and the Eco Heat/Ac button also works. My mechanical warranty covered the repairs and diagnostic. Luckily I purchased that, otherwise I'd be $2500 in debt or without air, lol.

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Excellent...another happy ending.. Stay safe.

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