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I have a 2004 Toyota Highlander Recently, when I am stopped and the car is in Drive and the AC is on, I get a loud clicking noise

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I suspect that the air conditioner clutch is cycling. This may be caused by low refrigerant or high pressure. Are the cooling fans running? The pressure could be rising when you stop if the fans are not running.

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