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No power to AC compressor 2004 Toyota corolla

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SOURCE: The dash lights on my 2004 Toyota Corolla are not working

try checking the fuse box for blown fuses, if all fuses are ok, then the lightbulbs behind the dash need to be changed

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 toyota corolla dx 1.6 ac not working

AC units in vehicles are sensative components. It is highly recommended that a certified mechanic recharge or repair your system. As I recommend to others for system problems and malfunctions, I suggest taking your car to a mechanic or local auto parts store and have a diagnostics test done to determine what this problem (if any) is found. It may just be the switch in the swtich board behind the dash. You mentions a noise and a smell, which to me, indicates that the compressor (AC pump) is now faulty, however this will only be determined upon diagnosis by a certified mechanic.

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Toyota corolla A/C compressor not coming on fuse good, A/C charged, no pwer at compressor

it is located in the engine compartment fuse / junction box it is on the drivers side then cover to the box will show you witch one it is ( the relay will be white in color)

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: A/C not cold on 2004 Toyota corolla. Compressor appears to working and we have added freon

if the clutch is turning on that fuse is good check the cooling fan if it doesn't work it will not cool the freon

Posted on Apr 28, 2012

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SOURCE: 1995 toyota corolla ac not working

I had a problem with my 1997 corolla: The car would squeal and stall on start up if the ac was on, and would still squeal if the ac was off. It seems that the clutch in the ac compressor was stalling the engine on start up. I just cut the belt off and it seems to work fine (w/o ac).

Posted on May 09, 2012

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Sounds like your ac compressor clutch is saying syonara to me. Do you get a check engine light ?

Apr 29, 2014 | 2004 Toyota Corolla

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Toyota AC Light flashing


Here is a real money-saving tip for you Toyota owners, with a problem of your AC light flashing on the instrument panel, when the AC is on.

You may also expericence a 'no cooling condition', also.

This info pertains to the following Toyota vehicles:

2001 thru 2004 Camry, Echo and Celica

2002 thru 2004 4Runner, Corolla, MR2 Spyder

2003 thru 2004 Highlander, Matrix, Sienna and Solara

Toyota is aware of this situation, and has produced a technical service bulletin to rectify the AC light flashing condition.

What has happened here is that the AC relay
(noted as the 'AC MG CLUTCH' relay in the relay box, under the hood)
has gotten weak over time, and is not properlying transmitting power to engage the AC compressor clutch.

Toyota has an improved relay available, and can be purchased at any Toyota parts department.

The affected relays have the following part number stamped on them:
90987-02022

The improved relay part number is 90987-02028

The repair is quite easy, all you have to do is identify that you have a 90987-02022 relay. If so, purchase a new relay, 90987-02028, and simply remove the old one, and fit the new one into the relay box.

Once the new relay is installed, the AC light flashing problem will be cured.

We hope that this tip saves you the money that you would have paid a repair facility to daignose the problem for you.

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the relay is there for a reason, ide start there

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My AC is not blowing cool air. Compressor clutch is not getting engaged. AC button is showing green light indicator though. I am suspecting clutch relay problem. where is air conditioning clutch relay in...


First of all check the freon pressure, if the pressure is low the compressor clutch will not turn on. The pressure should be between 30-40 PSI.

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2004 frontier truck 2.4 L ac belt was changed compressor froze up what causes this?


Well that depends on exactly what froze up. The options are the pulley bearing, and the compressor itself. Both repairs require special tools and training. take it to a qualified shop.

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On the 2004 toyota corolla where is fuse for air conditioning compressor located and what does it look like and what is it labeled as?


I would check the AC clutch relay. It has a bad habit of going out. It is located in the fuse box under the hood next to the battery. It is the smaller rectangular relay nearest to the negative battery post. It is labeled M/G CLT. You can swap out a similar relay and see if it fixes the problem. New relays can be purchased from Rockauto.com for $11

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The a/c on my 2004 Toyota Corolla is not cooling. It has 82,000 miles. Can you advise?


you may need to charge your a/c system. the freon will escape after while.

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sounds like your ac system has lost the charge from a leak, with no charge of refridgerent the compressor will not run.

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if the compressor was locked up the drive belt would come of when u engage the AC compressor, your problem is most likely a low charge

Mar 31, 2009 | 1995 Toyota Corolla

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