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AC switch located on dask board blink went turn on

AC (air condition ) was just replaced AC compresor and recharge with 134a fluid but went we turn ac swith on only solid LED for 2 or 3 second and them goes blink, please letme know what that means thank you much, we have toyota tercel 1995

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  • nelson garcia Aug 31, 2008

    AC cool down only if keep switch on and off , but if only switch on blink green LED and do not cool down

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That means that it did a self initialization. does the a/c work?

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

  • Ronald Mueller
    Ronald Mueller Aug 31, 2008

    you have a climate control issue and it should be taken back to the technician that recharged the system. this is a compuetr problemi

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