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Toyota dealer installed a new radiator in my 1994 Camry, and afterward the air conditioning stopped working. What did they do?

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They probably had to disconnect the a/c condenser to remove old radiator and failed to reconnect it when the new one was installed. a/c won't work without it. i would make it their problem, it's not your fault. if they also caused your system to lose freon charge they should make that right too. the condenser is a little flat thing in front of the radiator, sort of looks like a radiator itself. refrigerant lines will run from compressor (it's a round belt driven thing mounted to front of engine) to condenser. they either didn't hook it up back up or somehow damaged it is my guess. hope that helps

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