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2003 Toyota Corolla Air Conditioning problem: About 2 days ago left work at night time and turned A/C on to remove humidity. The engine revved up but the compressor did not kick on. After driving for a few minutes tried again and this time it kicked on and the system worked for about ten minutes. After that the temp started rising again... Today took it down to a repair shop and had them vacuum the system down and check for leaks. No leaks were detected and they added about a third of a can of R-134. The thermometer inside showed it was cooling fine (40 degrees). On the way home about 5 miles away the system cut out again but when I reached a stop light I cycled the A/C button and it kicked back on and cooled the remaining way home (about 3 miles). This problem appears intermittent and I've been researching into it. Could it be the A/C clutch relay or some other electrical problem? Checked the fuses and all circuits appear to be complete. Since the clutch operates fine when it's on I'm guessing there's nothing seriously wrong with it except maybe the relay controlling it? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you!

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The relay is prone to failure. $11 at rockauto.com. Easy to replace. Its located in the under hood fuse box labeled M/G CLT.

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