Air Conditioner only blowing hot air now that I changed battery

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Asked by Jun 12, 2017 at 07:59 AM about the 2008 Toyota Corolla S

Question type: General

Hi,
I had the battery changed in my car and now the air conditioner is only
blowing hot air. Is this a common problem and how do I fix this?

3 Answers

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May need new ac compressor or just an ac recharge. Try an ac recharge and if that doesn't work, either take it to a mechanic or try to change the compressor yourself if youre up for lots of research and work.

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Also, regarding the battery change, were any of the fuses tampered with?

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Hi Josh, I'm not sure if the mechanic touched the fuses. I did read something that said I could try resetting the HVAC system.

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