Question about 2004 Toyota Sequoia
I have a 2004 Sequoia 135015 miles. the A/C light was blinking on the dashboard and the texhnician recommended to change the copressor and relay of magnatic clutch which I did. I travelled for 285 miles and the A/C copressor clutch got burned and brought out black smoke. I bought another rebuilt copressor with new drier and condenser. the A/C worked for an hour and started blinking again on the dashboard, visited the workshop and thwy said that the compressor clutch is seized and not moving. please help me. what should I do.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could be correct, However when that light flashes it mean that the system have a problem for example "system pressure low" or High. Its possible that the system have a leak in it and thats why the light may have come back on again. What you need to do is have the system check for leaks with an ultra violet light and dye. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
An occasional problem on this vehicle is the A/C Compressor Clutch Relay. Failure of the A/C Compressor Clutch Relay will cause the A/C light to flash when the A/C is turned on and the A/C will not cool.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
The black smoke is a sign of excessive gasoline not burning completely, there is a wide range of probabilities that may be causing this to happen my best advise would be to have it diagnosed with a scanner, otherwise you could spend a lot of money replacing "probable" malfunctioning parts till you find the one that was broken (eg: EGR valve, MAF, coils, injectors, etc.) good luck
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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