Question about 1988 Toyota Camry
No voltage to the compressor clutch is usually do to insufficient refrigerant gas in the system.
There is a low (refrigerant) pressure switch in series with the A/C clutch control - if the gas pressure is too low, it inhibits clutch control.
Get the system topped up with refrigerant and checked for leaks.
A UV visible dye can be included with the refrigerant top up - leaks are then visible using a 'black light' test unit.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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