A/C not blowing any air at all
I have a 2007 Toyota Camry LE with ~83k miles on it. Has a 2.4L engine.
Recently the A/C would stop working intermittently at first, now it has
stopped blowing air completely. I think I can still hear the compressor
kicking on. Here are a few things to note:
-So far I have tried recharging the system with freon, the pressure was low
and it came back up.
-The blower motor was replaced about 4 yrs ago.
-I am noticing condensation on the A/C lines.
-Also the instruments are all working, the lights come on and are not
Please suggest how to go about diagnosing & fixing this it's HOT down
here in TX! I am hoping that it is not a bad compressor! Thanks in advance!
Pay $85-100 and have it evacuated, checked for leaks 30mm of vacuum ...and filled with the correct oil PAG,# and amount. Then filled to the correct weight ONLY proper way, of refrigerant 134A. That's what I suggest..
Sounds like the blower motor is not coming on or the switch.
'Not blowing any air at all" if you turn on the Heater...will it blow hot air?
No its not blowing hot either when the heater is turned on.
Well then....I would agree with Bette....above. We need to find out why the Blower Motor does not function. Why don't we check fuses first.
That fuse would be a 50 amp located under the hood...left side engine compartment. The ultimate control for the blower motor is...I believe...is the computer(AC Amplifier). A Diagnostic Gauge Set would also be installed for further diagnosis. Absent this Gauge Set...one could do a "Touchy Feely test. Let's check the fuse first.
Hey guys thanks for all your suggestions. So I decided to inspect the blower motor, I pulled it out and disconnected it. I did not see any frayed wires or anything to indicate damage. I cleaned the connectors while it was out with some dust cleaner. Once it was reconnected sure enough it started working again. Maybe it was a loose connection. I will continue to monitor it, however I am still skeptical of the AC amplifier, because it has done this before.
Good Job. You might also consider doing a Google search for any Factory Toyota Service Bulletins on this issue. Keep us informed.
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