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I own a 2004 Toyota Matrix AC problems.AC fails to turn off by switch. Will turn off only with fan being shut off. Help

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Try changing the A/c relay in the fuse box very cheap do it yourself

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Toyota AC Light flashing


Here is a real money-saving tip for you Toyota owners, with a problem of your AC light flashing on the instrument panel, when the AC is on.

You may also expericence a 'no cooling condition', also.

This info pertains to the following Toyota vehicles:

2001 thru 2004 Camry, Echo and Celica

2002 thru 2004 4Runner, Corolla, MR2 Spyder

2003 thru 2004 Highlander, Matrix, Sienna and Solara

Toyota is aware of this situation, and has produced a technical service bulletin to rectify the AC light flashing condition.

What has happened here is that the AC relay
(noted as the 'AC MG CLUTCH' relay in the relay box, under the hood)
has gotten weak over time, and is not properlying transmitting power to engage the AC compressor clutch.

Toyota has an improved relay available, and can be purchased at any Toyota parts department.

The affected relays have the following part number stamped on them:
90987-02022

The improved relay part number is 90987-02028

The repair is quite easy, all you have to do is identify that you have a 90987-02022 relay. If so, purchase a new relay, 90987-02028, and simply remove the old one, and fit the new one into the relay box.

Once the new relay is installed, the AC light flashing problem will be cured.

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If the temp gauge shows normal, you would not expect the fan to be on much. It is controlled by the coolant temp sensor. If the fan will not come on when the car gets really hot, it is possible this sensor has failed.

It is normal for both AC and cooling fans to be on when you turn on AC to cool setting.

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2004 matrix ac inop


Most of the Toyotas in your year range have an updated AC relay. If the system is full of freon, the pressure switches are operable, try replacing the relay.

If the system is low of freon, it won't allow the compressor to start up.

There is an easy way to check the compressor clutch, but I can't explain it unless you understand how a relay works and which pins to connect in the relay box.

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simple fix for now solution
grease the fans bearings sounds like there over do for this kind of maintenance
also could be a speed variable cooling relay
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