Question about 1999 Toyota Corolla
A/C was blowing cold, then suddenly was warm, and the indicator light on the A/C button went from steady to flashing. The next day, tried again and it blew cold for 30 minutes, then again warm. Hasn't worked since. On the theory that there's a pressure switch in the sys which shuts it off if the 134 drops below a certain pressure, should I refill myself with 134 and stop-leak? I can't hear the compressor kicking in when turning on the switch and the fan.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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