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How do you clean the coils on a toyota corolla air conditioning system ?

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Hello. My name is Toyota Ed.
Welcome to FIxYa. Please allow me to assist you.

I assume that you want to clean the coils in the AC box under the dash, correct?

We have used many, many different products, but we have found that Toyota sells a very nice product that works the best. All you do is buy the can of AC cleaner foam from a Toyota parts departement, and insert the tube from the can into the AC condensate drain tube. Empty the contents of the can into the tube, and the foam will clean the coils, kill all the mold, and you will avoid having to pay a lot of money to have it removed and cleaned. We use this product a lot, and run specials on it at this time of the year. There are other similar products, but the Toyota stuff seems to do the best job.

Thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance today. I hope that my assistance proves useful to you. If so, a 4-thumbs rating would be greatly appreciated.

Have a great day.

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

  • cheap repair Sep 21, 2010

    you may just need to service your cabin air filter. It is located behind the glove box. remove glove box by removing arm and squeezing side together, pull out glove box. air filter is behind a removable rectangular panel on the blower box. replace filter or blow out with compressed air

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