Question about 2003 Toyota ECHO
Recently had the airconditioner regassed and are now experiencing a power drain whilst driving with the airconditioner on, any help is much appreciated.
Air conditioner compressors take up to 5 hp to run that is why when to unit cuts in the engfine revs drop until the computer compensates for the rev drop Can be as much as 700 rpm. conversly when the compressor disengages the engine will over rev until the computer compensates. If you didn't have a problem before but do now it is possible that too much gas was put in the a/c system meaning the compressor is almost locking uo. Have the system pressure rechecked
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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