m using toyota axio 2007 with milage 70k .Recenently i have noticed that my AC takes time to cool than normal (sometimes takes 10-15 min ) and it wil automatically stop whn car in idle mode or stable

Asked by Aug 13, 2017 at 10:39 AM about the 2007 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Im using toyota axio 141 2007 with milage 70k .Recenently i have noticed that
my AC takes time to cool than normal (sometimes takes 10-15 min ) and it wil
automatically stop whn car in idle mode or stable running speed around 70
km/h & need  accelerate to get ac on..ac cooling is fairly ok..is this problem
due to ac compressor ??i have shown to a ac repairing place & they told me to
replace ac compressor with 240 compressor and it l cost around 44 k (35 for
ac compressor + 9k for labour,filter,gas charges) and they mentioned if
problem with cooler will have to replace that as well..please give me your
valuable opinion regarding this issue and please suggest me a good ac
repairing place to solve my problem...thanks in advance...

1 Answer

4,390

Start with manifold gauges and let the pressures tell you what is going on. Sounds like low charge or condenser is your issue. Also make sure fans are working.

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