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03 camry a/c not working

I have a 03 camry xls 4 cyl. everytime I turn on the a/c the led keeps going on and off and is not cooling, I already replace the air filter...can someone help me
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The flashing a/c button lite just means there is a malfunction in the system....but you already know that. There are many reasons for this, too many to try to explain here and without proper diag tools, fixing it yourself may be impossible. But, a very common problem is the magnetic clutch relay. Its located under the hood in a relay/fuse box right next to the battery. Take the cover off and look inside the cover. It list all the relays and fuses in it. Locate the one for the mag clutch. It will be abbreviated like mg/ch or something similar With the car off, pry it out carefully and swap it with the horn relay. (look for that one listed in the cover also) After the swap, start the car and see if it works. If it does swap them back to their normal posistions and go buy a new mag clutch relay.
Hope its this simple for you.

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You are more than likely low on r134a or the a/c electric clutch relay is bad.

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The flashing a/c button lite just means there is a malfunction in the system....but you already know that. There are many reasons for this, too many to try to explain here and without proper diag tools, fixing it yourself may be impossible. But, a very common problem is the magnetic clutch relay. Its located under the hood in a relay/fuse box right next to the battery. Take the cover off and look inside the cover. It list all the relays and fuses in it. Locate the one for the mag clutch. It will be abbreviated like mg/ch or something similar With the car off, pry it out carefully and swap it with the horn relay. (look for that one listed in the cover also) After the swap, start the car and see if it works. If it does swap them back to their normal posistions and go buy a new mag clutch relay.
Hope its this simple for you.

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