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99 Camry Air Conditioning Problem

My air and heat only work on full blast and the air is no longer cold. What gives?

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Hello JulieCamry,
There is a resister board in your air box the lets the power flow into different coils to either slow your blower down or speed it up depending on what setting you have it on, When that board burns out you loose may be low Then Medium and then all you have left is High, and that should never burn out because it does not go thru the board for high, Now that should get you fixed on that, But your air conditioner R 134a Probably has a O-ring that has dry rotted and Needs to be serviced from your nearest automotive shop that does air conditioning Should be a fairly Easy fix if the shop does Quality Air Condition Work, The R 134a will probably be the most expensive thing to have done. I sure Hope I helped you out. And for the circuit Board for the Fan Speed that should be A Simple fix as well. Thanks For Asking, anything else Just ask bear001

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