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Cooling fan turns on when car is in acc mode. I have a 2000 Toyota Camry. What is wrong?

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It's normal because the a/c system have condenser it is going temp. up. the pressure over 200 psi
if condenser is not cool down pressure will raise in system and the low pressure will become hot then poor performance of
A/C system.

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