I have a 2014 Toyota Corolla. The air is
blowing hot. Tried to fill with Freon but it said
it was filled. Compressor is running fine.
Someone will need to check the pressures on the system when it is running. Have you checked to see if the compressor clutch engages when you turn on the AC?
I don’t think it does is what someone said.
Good chance it's the blend door stuck in the heat position.
Is this something I can easily fix
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