Asked by Jun 26, 2016 at 04:49 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

AC blows hot air when on

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is the ac clutch clicking on...turning...

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I don't hear any clicking


May I suggest you open the hood of this vehicle.....,locate the AC compressor....have someone start the engine and turn the AC on and off while you watch and listen to the AC compressor clutch. Get back to us with the result.

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I did what you suggested. Could not hear the AC compressor clutch. I did hear a clicking sound.


you can see it turning ....? if so add i can of freon...hard to tell you anything more... is there any oil /dark /rings/areas on any off the ac it out/low on freon??


Ok... appears your vehicle may be low on refrigerant. The correct repair is to find and repair all leaks.....evacuate the system....then install the appropriate refrigerant to the system. AC pressure testing equipment is usually required.

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