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Air conditiner blowing hot air

I have a 1995 camry and recently the a/c started blowing hot air.
the a/c switch blinks instead of staying solid green.
the compressor clutch is not kicking in.

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Check out first the drive belt if it is loose, then the electrical connection if it is loose or corroded. If that does not solve it, check the clutch assembly if it is working. Worse case could be a problem with the A/C motor.

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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