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A/C stopped cooling after radiator replaced

Since I got my '93 Camry, the A/C worked like a champ. My radiator needed replacing (salt air in CA got it), and when I tried the A/C a week later, the compressor doesn't click, it won't cool, but light comes on.

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  • J.T. Galloway May 10, 2009

    Either way-you're saying I need freon. I need to check my ac pressure switch to see if it's plugged in.
    Right?
    Is there more?


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You lost all your freon or they didnt plug the ac pressure switch back in!

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