AIR-CONDITIONING

Toyota Camry

Tiny

malachy31759

June, 30, 2007 AT 11:39 PM

I have a '92 Camry station wagon. 4 cyclinder. 260,000 miles. I have the 134A system. Air-conditoner cools for about 30 minutes, then gradually turns warm. I will let the car sit for a few hours, start out again, and the whole thinsg starts over again. Cool to warm. My mechanic keeps adding stop leak, but we can't figure out the problem? Thanks

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Tiny

Jack42

July, 1, 2007 AT 8:50 AM

Is it losing the 134a? I wouldnt add any more stop leak to the system. Sounds like you need to find a tech that is willing to locate the leak. If it is holding, could be the expansion valve

Tiny

malachy31759

July, 1, 2007 AT 10:20 AM

Yes, we add a can of 134a stop leak every month, but we can't find the leak. Can we deduce that since the air-conditioning it works for at least a half hour that it's not the condensor or the compressor?

Tiny

Jack42

July, 2, 2007 AT 7:56 AM

Not necessarily. Have the tech check the evaporator core, it is located under the dash inside the car

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