Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
Two things :
1) It is not circulating only cold air : if refrigerant is full as you say it is , there can be 2 issues , first with compressor as people explained above you can check if the magnetic clutch is engaged or not ... also there can be issues of reducing efficiency.
Also check if the absorbent pad is saturated then it won't absorb any moisture and it will impact the compressor performance.
Also, there is diaphragm that separates hot air from heating coil and evaporator, it needs to check if it is working properly.
2) It is not circulating air at all : Evaporator coil is choked
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
If you have some skills first by pass A/C relay if compressor kicks in then replace relay, if compressor doesnt work then you need to replace it, reclaim old freon to re-use if possible, good luck.
Posted on Mar 24, 2015
Two things it could be toyota has ac relay to turn clutch on
compressor if that's is ok the compressor is failing on the bottom of compressor there speed sensor that's why is bad but most people replace compressor. Because of labor cost. To be sure to fix"replace cxompressor
.ck to make sure clutch is engageing
thank you and food luck
Posted on Mar 22, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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