Toyota Camry 2007, when car is first turned on AC blows hot air for about 2 1/2 minutes, then slowly starts getting cold.

Asked by camrychic0124 Jun 24, 2015 at 03:27 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Toyota Camry 2007, when car is first turned on everyday the AC blows hot air for about 2
1/2 minutes, after that it start getting cold.  Not a problem if during the day I have to turn
it back on, but the next day starts all over again.  Taken it for Freon, repair leaks,
replaced Radiator.  And nothing has worked.

3 Answers

Without knowing what the high side and low side pressure reading are when the AC is turned on.....I would guess you are low on refrigerant. If you are going to have this system serviced again....I would definitely replace the Receiver Dryer as part of the service. You might have moisture in the system.

I had a similar problem I just recently fixed. The compressor on that is a variable/wobble plate compressor controlled by a solenoid on the compressor. I bought the solenoid at Amazon for $45 bucks. But the repair is a full evacuate, pull the compressor, etc. If you take it to Toyota they will tell you the compressor is bad - which you won't believe because it works after while. They probably won't change the solenoid for you.

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