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Air Conditioning My A/C just stopped working the other day. It was working totally fine up till yesterday. When I turn the A/C on the clutch on the compressor does not engage.

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  • lgonzalez158 Jul 26, 2008

    My a/c in toyota corolla stopped working from one day to the next.
    i turn the a/c and the compressor will not come on also checked fuses
    with meter fuses good.

  • Anonymous Aug 10, 2008


    wher is the location of the fuze box on my 2004 Toyota Corolla. Can't find my owners manual.

  • chemnerd2008 Aug 15, 2008

    My AC was working fine earlier this week but yesterday afternoon I tried cooling off my car and the air was hotter with the AC than with the vent! I'm going to try the suggested repair and hopefully that'll work because a car in eastern NC without AC in August is not pleasant at all!

  • Anonymous Aug 16, 2008

    My A/C was working earlier today.  Now it is only producing warm air

  • Candy07 May 11, 2010

    My air condition was working fine and when I turned my car on a few minutes later, it just stopped blowing air. I even tried the heater and it won't blow any air either



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Might want to check filter behind glove compartment, thats how i fixed mine.

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Check the clutch switch plug"two wires on the compressor under the hood" it might have come loose, if not start car and turn a/c on, see if clutch is spinning, if it is not look on coolant switch, see if the plug is secure on it"round silver looking canister that a/c lines go to"if everything else checks out then probably low on freon. go to wal-mart get DIY freon kit, charge it like the little gage tells you. make sure you hook it to the low pressure side, bigger freon lines, small lines are the high pressure. you may have to put a jumper wire on evaporator canister plug"on the silver canister i mentioned before, to get compressor to take freon charge

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