A/C Problem

Asked by Aug 18, 2016 at 02:29 AM about the 2008 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car ac cools but after it trips everytime
it takes alot of time to start back again
The compressor dosemt switch on as fast
as it shud
It takes alot of time by that time my car
cooling goes away

10 Answers

1,810

Sounds like it's time to visit your favorite mechanic for an evaluation and testing of your AC system. Are there any warning lights ON...or ..Flashing any where? Check the AC Controls...any tiny lights flashing?

No warning lights no flashing nothing

1,810

Ok...next step to check High and Low pressures in the AC System. Suggest you take it in for service. Good Luck.

Yea even i make checked that also pressure is fine all good

1,810

Well....if the pressures are to specifications.....then one might assume you have an intermittent AC cooling problem. Now we need a Scan Tool to read the various inputs into the AC Computer. That AC Mechanic should have such a tool. Aldo see if you see any ICEING at the Expansion Valve when your system is malfunctioning. You may have MOISTURE in the system.

Get me a salution off it this ac mechanic atlast he s saud u hve change ur camparaser im canfuse

1,810

IF...the High Side and Low Side pressures are normal....I see no reason to replace the Compresso(camparaser). Perhaps the BLEND DOOR is stuck or not functioning. Try this....start the Engine and let it idle. Turn the AC on full cold but low blower speed. Rotate HEAT/COLD/Temp knob from one extreme to another. Hot...then to cold. You should hear the bend door lightly "thump" from one extreme to another. Air should be Hot...then...Cold. Get back with result.

Yes i hve checked the heat and cold temp knob it is working perfectly next what i sapose to do ?

1,810

Well....if the AC high and low side pressures are within specs....it's time to visit a shop that has a SCAN TOOL which will get into this AC System. We need to read the computer controlled DATA STREAM and check sensor inputs and outputs. Good luck.

Thank you so much i will update u very soon after my holidays :)

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