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Blowing hot air and blinking a/c light 2003 toyota camry

was not freon, or electrical    was the a/c slenoid relay that went in/op  in-expensive fix about 25.00 for the part   but cost me over 200 in diagnistics at 2 different places just to find the problem   I should have went to the Toyota dealer repair shop in the first place

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Did you hear if you a/c clutch is kicking in and also check your fuse.

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