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AC swith dask board LED signal

AC dask board switch LED blink 2 or 3 second after turn on, AC compressor just replaced and recharge 134a fluid, thats cool down only y keep switch on and off consecutive, don`t cool dowm if just turn on only blink green (toyota tercel 1995) thank you for all that help

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