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My A/C on my Toyota 2005 Camry takes longer to cool the car and it does not get as cold as it used to

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If you have not had the AC system charged recently, then it sounds like the system needs to be re-charged.
If you're handy around cars, you can purchase all the equipment and supplies to re- charge the system yourself, and you can come back on line for more info and advice. Otherwise, it's a matter of taking the car in to an auto shop for AC service.

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