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there is no bleeder valve on your corolla, raise front end of vehicle with a jack and top it off, turn your heater on on max heat and low, rev engine until fans kick in and heat is coming out of vents, top coolant and reservoir lower car donw, hope it works.
if fluid is low you have a leek,no oil makes the syncromesh gears work really hard and will burn out a tranny extreamly fast and a very expensive repair,
if it's an automatic have the modular valve checked
The air flow does not 'increase' with the recirc button pressed. The fan motor blows at specific speeds, no matter whether fresh or recirc is selected. The recirc feature is there so that you do NOT admit 'fresh/hot' air from the outside into the AC box. In short, the recirc feature is to re-use, or, recirculate the existing air in the car. When it is properly working, on a hot day, the recirc selection should drop the internal temperature at the center air vent about 6 degrees lower than with the fresh selected.
Found the problem, The car does have a air filter inside, behinde the glovebox. When I pulled the filter out, there was a mouse nest. Full of shredded paper & yellow fiberglass insulation. Once that was cleaned out, everything worked fine. Thanks for the help !
You have soaked all your electrical. All you can do is get an air hose and try to blow everything off as well as you can. Take apart what you can, and blow it out. If it doesn't go, you'll just have to wait.
I had the same problem on my 2004 Corrolla and ultimately it only worked on high. The dealer charged me $45 diagnostic fee and almost immediately told me it was a part called the blower resister. They knew the answer right there and then but only realesed it when I agreed to pay the diagnostic. They charged me 179.00 to fix the AC and later I found out the part cost $8.95 and a novice could have replaced it themselves.