2010 Toyota Tacoma a/c button malfunction & no cool air.

Asked by Jun 11, 2017 at 01:50 PM about the 2010 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner Double Cab LB V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

As I turn "ON"  the heating and air system on/off & speed Dial to "ON"  
position on any of the following setting "Low/ #/ #/ Hi, the air conditioner
on/off button light also comes on, yet  no cool air is coming, while the
temperature dials is set on  the "MAX A/C". I keep pushing down on the a/c
on/off button but it won't go off. When I turn  the temperature dial to
heat,the air conditioner on/off button light go's off and  the hot hair comes
out okay. Can some one please help me to diagnose the problem ?Thanks

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Check the AC unit under the hood is it working? or trying to? is its fan belt on properly ? has the refrigerant ( like Freon) been checked ? is it too low ? (a likely cause of your problem) if too low recharge the Freon after looking for any hose leaks. Check a notional chain auto parts store or on line for kits to recharge or go to an auto air conditioner shop or the dealer.

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