2012 Toyota Camry ac not cooling too much freon

Asked by Jun 15, 2015 at 10:56 PM about the 2012 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

AC not cooling for long periods of time, then starts working again. Too much freon. How
to resolve ?

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20,270

If clutch on compressor is clicking on and off there is not enough freon in system. System is full when clutch is staying on not clicking on and off.

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261,155

Are you using Gauges to check the pressure? Maybe have a pro look at it?

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Also check to make sure your cooling fans are working when the A/C is on. I mean the fans on your radiator, not the inside fans.

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The compressor will cycle on and off normally. Low refrigerant gas will NOT cause that. It's not supposed to run ALL the time.

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Irish....did you ever find a fix for your car?

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