Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
Sounds like the air gap on the compressor clutch is to wide, when the compressor turns off to recycle the electromagnet on the clutch is not strong enough to pull the air gap and lock up compressor. The air gap is adjustable and should be checked.
Posted on Jul 26, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1994 Previa A/C problem
Look to see that the A/C condensate drains are working. You should see water dripping out from the front & the back whilst the A/C is running. If no water; clean the drain tubes. Also, you need to be running the A/C on the RECIRC mode (the little car with an arrow doing a u-turn inside the car); if not, you are air conditioning outside air, and the unit is icing up from too much humidity. Sort of like running your fridge with the door open...
If neither of those items correct your issue, you may need to replace the A/C thermister; but, that is a very rare failure.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
Please take the car for diagnosis and the revealed codes will definately lead u ahead.
See that your AC condenser is not dirt blocked too.
Posted on May 14, 2009
the fuel pump in my 99 4runner isnt getting power. I changed the fuel pump and the efi relay. the 20amp efi fuse doesnt have any power to it but the relay does have power. fuel pump wont turn on when turnin the key in the ignition. what could be the problem?
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
I would bet that your fan is not coming on. When an airconditioner is on it uses alot of power and that makes heat. The engine will warm past the safe point. Most vehicles should have a switch that turns the fan on and off to cool the motor. You can start the vehicle and pop the hood. once it gets warm if you don't see the fan come on that's most likely your problem. Be very careful around the blade because they come on and off suddenly. I go to Auto Zone for free diagnostics. They only sell parts but can walk you thru possibly fixing it yourself.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
are the cooling fans running when ac is on ?if not this is ur problem,,,if they are on then u have a temp door in the ac duct system that is closing if it is an actuator motor u will have to replace it ,if it is vacuum,check for a bad vacuum check valve or bad vacuum hose near fire wall(near windsheild)
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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