Compressor is blowing cold and sometimes how weather.

Asked by Feb 13, 2017 at 01:41 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry CE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have European made Toyota Camry 2007 year. My previous compressor
was not working properly. It was blowing cold weather but when
temperature was too hot outside it was blowing hot weather. And
sometimes it was changing to cold. I replaced my compressor but it did not
help. Again the same problem. Please if anyone had the same problem or
knows what is wrong with it give me and advice.   

2 Answers

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The AC compressor has nothing to do with the heat. If you have no heat check the coolant level and purge the air out of the cooling system. If you have a refrigerant leak the compressor can't work so you may need to have leak detection dye put in the system. I recommend that you find a mechanic that is good with AC systems.

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Thank you. I will look for a mechanic then. :)

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