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My toyota camry just blows air, it isn't cool. We

My toyota camry just blows air, it isn't cool. We had some repairs done to the front after a deer accident, could this be a coincidence or maybe a faulty fuse?

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  • acappaert May 09, 2009

    I am not sure if that was checked. Also, I noticed that I no longer have power when I plug in my chargers. Just wondering if this is also a coincidence or could be a related problem. Would you suggest taking it in?

  • acappaert May 09, 2009

    Thanks, I am guessing that I should take it back to the dealer that fixed the car after the accident. They should be able to fix it and bill the insurance since insurance covered the accident, right?

  • dustang25 May 11, 2010

    i understand deer accidents i see several around here. has anyone checked to make sure the condensor has not been damaged? the freon might have escaped if the deer damaged it.

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I dont see those two problems being related. you should not get charged much for testing the a/c at a garage. however to fix the problem if insurance doesn't cover it can get rather expensive, depending on what they find. condensors are generally over 150 dollars from my experience, and whenever the a/c system has been open for any length of time the accumulator/ dryer is recommended to be replaced. generally 60 bucks. then you got the oil, freon, and labor. i am just guessing at the prices, hopefully i am wrong for your sake. but it definately isn't a job to do at the house, without the proper equipment you could cost yourself alot more money and time.

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I really dont think this is a coincidence when you hit the deer it probobly damaged the air conditioning condensor which is just in front of the radiator in the very front of the vehicle there probobly is a leak in the ac system and all your freon leaked out causing the car to only blow hot air , i work for a toyota dealer as a mechanic and and yes it could be a relay or fuse but its just not likely on a 2007 camry ,exspecialy when you were just in an accident you need to have a mechanic test the system they have gauges and ac machine to solve your issue really not a problem you can do yourself due to lack of tools and equipment hope this helps

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  • josh davis May 09, 2009

    well yes i would take it back to the dealer you wont be charged for the ac repairs IF they can prove it was due to the accident if it was pretty recent shouldnt be an issue but i would ask them to check for a leak tell them what happened the accident and let them deal with your insurance company , a lot of people wont tell the dealer they were in an accident thinking it will void there warranty on repairs and the tech prob just didnt look hard enough to make sure the ac is working properly, and as far as your auxilary port it is probobly just a fuse i see it all the time exspecialy with cust who use them all the time this will be covered under warranty if you have less than 36000 miles if not its only a few bucks to get the fuse replaced hope this helps

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