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I have 2005 Toyota corolla CE. The A/C is not working.Checked the freon and it was very low and filled that. Even now the Cool Air is not coming. One Mechanic Guy says that A/C compressor is frozen hence it has to be replaced. Is there way to Jump start the 2005 corolla, a/c clutch Ravi

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Go to a junckyard and buy a used compressor it solve your problem, tha compressor as died.

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