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I have a 1995 Toyota Corolla. Theres a AC button on the AC panel that pushes in to turn on the compressor for the Cold Air can come on when the AC is turned on. This button has a small green light that comes on,thats when the cold air is working but it goes an turns off when pushed in it started doing that more and more.Now it does come on at all. I replaced the button but it does the same thing just comes on and immediately turns off so the cold air does come on.

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