2006 Corolla LE , A/C Compressor trips even with A/C off everytime the engine cooling fan comes on if the dash fan is on. if dash fan is off it does not trip.

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Asked by Apr 01, 2017 at 01:54 PM about the 2006 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2006 Corolla LE , A/C Compressor trips even with A/C off everytime the engine cooling fan comes on if the dash fan in the car is on. if dash fan is off it does not trip.

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Usually one of the fans is dedicated to the AC. I don't know what "trips" describes .. does it blow a fuse or resettable breaker? The "Low freon" sw should prevent the clutch from engaging but I'm not sure what you are describing ,,, sorry

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What I mean is that if the Dash Fan or Blower Control for the AC is off, Then the Radiator cooling fan will work normally and go off and on by itself. If I turn the Dash Fan on without pushing the A/C button, then every time the radiator fan clicks on it triggers the A/C clutch to engage as though the A/C was on. So It puts a load on the engine every time the radiator fan comes on because the compressor clutch engages. Thanks for your help.

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