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A/C button flasing for my toyota

A/C button flashing and come out the warm air.Some of people say is due to A/C clutch relay problem...how to recognize the A/C clutch relay?

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The light flashes whenever the system gets low on charge and compressor clutch cycles more than once every 5 seconds or so. so u have a leak

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