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Had tires rotated today and afterward the ac only blew Hot Air I don't think the compressor is coming on the fuse seam to be good...

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Not a related fault problem have the system pressures checked

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Whenever you add Freon,you are suppose to leak test first.Your compressor is good,you have a leak somewhere.A good place to take it to is Midas,they changed my freon over from the old stuff to the new R-134a,they leak test it first,that is rule 1 when adding freon.

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A mechanic would check the system with a set of pressure gauges. If the compressor is running, the low side would read around 30psi and the high side would be around 250psi. That is how you know if the system is full of freon or not.
You may have to get a professional diagnosis to proceed. If you replace the compressor, the accumulator needs to be replaced and a vac pump is used to pull all of the air out before the freon is added.

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Assuming you hear some kind of clicking noise when you turn the AC on (the compressor clicking on):
Seals on the AC compressor likely bit the dust. GM AC compressors go out almost as frequently as tires. The good thing is that they're not horrifically difficult to replace. You can get some freon with dye in it at your local parts house. Get enough to fill it up as though it's empty (as it likely is), and see if it starts blowing cold. It should blow cold for a little while (days/weeks maybe), but when you open the hood, you'll notice some green dye around the compressor. That's where the seals have failed and why you get to be the proud new owner of a brand new compressor (don't waste your time on a used one from a salvage yard. You'll get to replace it again soon, if you do.)

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the belt driven aircondisioning unit is located under the hood. there are usualy metal lines coming off of it and one should have a valve in it ...looks like a tire,air valve. when car is running, turn the AC on. the unit has a two part clutch that the belt will turn. when the AC is off...the pump or compressor will engage and the hole belt driven piece will rotate when the AC button is on. , when it is off....or not getting power to the clutch , the pully will spinn but the inside clutch will not.

iff the unit engages and turns when the AC is turned on, and still blows hot air, then you may have a leak in your refrigerant line. iff it dosnt engage, then check your fuses .if everything is good to go..then it is mostlikly a vacume issue located in the dash behind the AC switch and display that moves the vent from hot to cold....

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So what does the fuse that blows, protect?

You need a wiring diagram & start to test
the components most likely to cause a high
current draw & blown fuse.

Don't keep replacing it.

You know the fan control circuit works, but the
compressor doesn't stay on. Did you monitor
the compressor as the fuse blew?

May have a module for compressor & fan
If so one side failed
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This just happened to me yesterday. First, push the AC button to turn the AC off. Then, find the fuse pannel on the driver's side under the dash. Mine is behind the ash tray. Replace the 10 amp fuse (marked fuse #18 on my 1995 Camry manual) and the windows, spedo, tach, etc will come back on. My problem is the bearings on my AC clutch heated up a plastic piece between the AC clutch and AC compressor and the plastic piece blew up and sprayed hot plastic all around the AC compressor. The car runs, but no AC and if I push the AC button, the fuse blows again. I am planning to unbolt the compressor from the engine block, and replace the clutch assembly and pully without disconnecting the hoses. Disconnecting the hoses will vent coolant to the atmosphere and require professional equipment to clean the oil from the system, pull a vaccuum and recharge the system. The AC compressor clutch assembly is available at Advanced Auto for $98. The whole compressor is $247 but requires a lot of work to recharge. You could also take the clutch assembly or whole compressor off and just leave it off and get a shorter (40" in my case) belt to go just to the alternator.
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check the ac blower transistor under passenger side of dash behind the blower motor. on my 2003 compressor would not cut on , front blower only operated on high an blew hot air, rear blew on all speed but only hot air. $58.00 at dealer plus tax. 15 minute fix. there is a video on youtube that documents the process. just fixed today

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On my 2004 lancer es the air conditioning works ice cold intermittenly then goes warm. I turn it off and it will come back on cold and work for a while longer. Ihave had the system checked and it is...


i just switched out my compressor today after over a year of my air doing this until it finally went out....(it only blew hot air). Replacing the compressor seemed to work. it is pricey though. dealership charges and arm and a leg. (i think the quoted the compressor at like 1000 not including labor.) my knobs are also messing up, but the one that switched from regular air to defrost. they only sell the knobs in a pack of 3 and are charging 300 for that....but i say good luck!!! its pricey...they shoulda recalled the cars. this is a very common problem i have been seeing. all they wanna do is make money off of it.
anyways the new compressor seems to be working.

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