Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
My 2000 camry air conditioning sometimes stops putting out cold air. Blower just puts out hot air. I need to let it rest, like overnight, before it works again. What's happening?
There are a couple of things things that could cause this. The first thing i would check is your refrigerant level. Low refrigerant would cause your compressor to turn off. The next thing i would check is a restriction in your A/C lines. A restriction would cause a pressure difference allowing ice to build up in side your A/C lines and not allowing your refrigerant to cycle normally, and of course once the ice melted your a/c will work again.
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