Question about 1989 Toyota Camry
Ok, its 96 degrees and the A/C just stops blowing while your driving. If I open the passanger side door and slam it closed, it come back on sometime. Belts are fine, temp is turned to Max A/C 60 degrees, freon is fine. I think it is some sort of a loose wire but do not know where to look. Any help out there?
Most likely it is the fan switch or wiring. Pull the switch on the dash and check connections. Fan switches usually burn out on the high setting. Does it work on low and medium without trouble? It is either wiring and I would say the terminals right at the switch, or the fan switch is bad.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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