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My Toyota Corolla 2009 has a problem with the air conditioning. It doesnt cool when i stop the car or while lowering the speed. I suspect is the low pressure switch but i dont know how it works.

I would like to know how can I work with the lower pressure switch. It migh be that because the fan and the gas pressure are okay.

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You may also have too high of high end pressure also..or a possible partially clogged orafice, or even with good pressure, the wrong type for the system(just guessing),,the system is designed to cycle up and down.. need to put guages on it and see what the pressurs actually are when running..some of these cut ins and outs are not serviceable parts on newer cars and total compressor replacement is called for, just as a warning,, good luck

Posted on Jan 17, 2013

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SOURCE: Hi idle speed for a toyota Corolla 2001

The idle is not adjustable. Look for a disconnected hose or something elde loose under the hood. an intake leak is posible.

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SOURCE: I want to refill with freon my 94 Toyota Corolla.

First of all this car does not use Freon. It uses R-134a refrigerant.

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SOURCE: what should the air pressure be on a 2009 toyota

No. The pressure listed on the tires is the MAXIMUM safe tire pressure. Set at that level, your vehicle will bounce like a ball whenever it hits the slightest bump. Check the driver's door and door post. One of them will have a sticker that lists the factory tire size and recommended pressure. The sticker pressure is the comfort setting. For increased fuel mileage, inflate your tires to 4 to 6 psi above the sticker number.

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SOURCE: Toyota 2000 camry fan only working on high speed

The blower motor resistor pack is defective and must be replaced. The resistor pack controls the variable speeds.

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