my 2006 corolla A/C just blow hot air, i check the fuse, it is fine,but i saw the condenser looks wet in the middle. is it mean the condenser leaking?

Asked by Aug 13, 2015 at 02:45 AM about the 2006 Toyota Corolla CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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3,965

jip it could be, take car to repair shop they check the system for free, im guessing there is no gas in your system.

112,395

Is it wet with oil, if so it looks like it may be leaking. You could put a dye in the system to check for the source of the leak...

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thanks a lot. what kind of dye, and how to put it in the system?

112,395

They sell refrigerant at the parts store with dye in it, you dont need alot just enough to pressurize the sytem about 125 lbs or so, snice you have a leak it will come out. Let it run for a few days and you should be able to locate the leak, good luck.

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