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My 1988 toyota camry: airconditioner/heat doesn't work

I was just given a 1988 toyota camry but the airconditioner and heat do not work. What could be the problem?

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The heater may not work because of a bad thermostat, low coolant, or a bad sensor at the engine. It can also be a bad resistor valve under the dash. The resistor valve is connected to a wire plug on the blower motor under the dashboard. It needs to be replaced. Th AC may need to be refilled with refrigerant or the compressor may be bad.

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