Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
I have a 1997 Toyota Corolla in which the compressor isn't coming on. The blower motor also doesn't work in the low position and when you depress the A/C switch the light doesn't come on. I am leaning towards the Blower motor switch since it does work in all the other setting except for low and I think that is where the A/C switch is wired to get its power from. So anyone out there with some experience with this please help.
First if the compressor isnt coming on at all .. it has a pressure switch that if it is low on freon it will not kick in .. and if your switch only works in one or two positions it is needing replaced..
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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