Question about 1999 Toyota Avalon
Chances are you have a leak in the ac system. Look at the 1/2 inch steel lines under the hood. You will see a dark oily and usually dusty spot where these pipes make connections or bends. This is a good indicator of where your leak is at. If you can't see any obvious leaks. Make sure you have pressure in the system. You can do this by connection a set of pressure gauges. Autzone will let you use for a deposit. If you have pressure and no leaks look to your compressor. Hope this helps.
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