Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
I'd say that is fairly normal. the A/C system is just a high end heat exchanger. it sucks the heat out of the air in your car and blows it out the front of the car with a radiator-like device.if you are sitting still heat builds up around the front of the car and that hot air is less able to absorb more heat. it can produce a noticeable difference in A/C performance. try running it on max a/c. it reuses the already cold air in the car so it has to take less heat out of the air to achieve the same temp. also better for gas mileage.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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