Question about 2007 Toyota Corolla
I drove to the store and my ac was working just fine. When i got out of the store to go home, i noticed the AC was not blowing any air. When i started to drive i could feel the cold air near the vents, but it wasnt being blown out. Any suggestions on what the problem is and how to fix it?
Quite possibly a fuse or relay for the interior cabin fan (heat and cool) has failed. Search for "location of fuses for 2007 corolla" to find out where they're located, and to find a diagram. Once you've identified the fuse/relay, try replacing it. If the fan has failed, though, it might blow out again and you'll have to replace the fan motor (which is usually a TRULY pita job). Before doing that, however, make sure that the rest of the A/C system (compressor, electric radiator fans, etc.) is working properly.
Posted on Feb 09, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I unplugged the wire, replaced the fuse and started the car. Then, I turned on the ac button and the fuse blew. Do I need to replace the whole compressor with ac clutch or just the ac clutch? Thanks so much.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
On top of the cover of the fuses it will tell you what that fuse was for. Odds are whatever it is, is shorting out and will need to be replaced.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
Can you hear you A/C compressor kick off and on when you press the A/C button slowly off and on (off 3 sec, on 3 sec, repeat)? If your R134a i charge is low, system pressures can drop and the system will stop functioning to protect itself. It may need to be properly charged. The dealer or a service center will want to check the car, then charge it and add dye to diagnose it. This is normal. They usually request that you drive the car, use the A/C and come back in to check and see if the dye leaked out anywhere. You can verify that your car has r134a on the factory sticker under the hood or near the radiator. DuPont has a small can of SUVA or 134a at most parts stores with oil and dye. You could put it in yourself if you feel comfortable doing so and you follow the directions. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
I had the same problem on my 2004 Corrolla and ultimately it only worked on high. The dealer charged me $45 diagnostic fee and almost immediately told me it was a part called the blower resister. They knew the answer right there and then but only realesed it when I agreed to pay the diagnostic. They charged me 179.00 to fix the AC and later I found out the part cost $8.95 and a novice could have replaced it themselves.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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