Where is the fuse of air conditioner

Tiny
RATZMOHSIN
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  • 1994 TOYOTA COROLLA
  • 200,000 MILES
When I switch on the ac, the blows and when I press the a/c botton, the green light is not working and even its not giving cold air
i think the fuse is blown
so please give the location of air conditioner fuse of right handler car
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Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 AT 1:22 PM

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Tiny
KHLOW2008
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Right or left they should be similar.

See the guide below on using a test light to check fuses, its the best way

https://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-to-use-a-test-light-circuit-tester
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Thursday, August 1st, 2013 AT 8:57 AM
Tiny
MRGAFFETT
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  • 2004 TOYOTA COROLLA
  • 140,000 MILES
I noticed the A/C wasn't cold anymore and the little green light on the button was off and it wouldn't turn back on. I troubleshot it and found out it was the little 10amp fuse was blown. I replaced the 10amp fuse under the driver side dash but the fuse only lasted about 12 hours to a day and then it blows. This happened twice with a 10amp and then I tried a 15 amp. Still only lasted a day and then blew.
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:25 PM (Merged)
Tiny
WRENCHTECH
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No, no, no. You don't use a bigger fuse. That's how you destroy expensive components and start fires. You have to find out what is overloading that circuit. If you don't have extensive electrical circuit understanding, this probably should go to an electrical shop. They will know what to look for and where.
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:25 PM (Merged)
Tiny
CHAU
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  • 1994 TOYOTA COROLLA
  • 4 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 220,000 MILES
I don't know why air conditioning of my car doesn't work, what do I do. You can heps me. Thank.
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:25 PM (Merged)
Tiny
MMPRINCE4000
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When you turn AC on you should hear the AC clutch engage, if not the clutch or freon is low.

Is this R12 or R134a refrigerant?

AC system repair is best left to professionals. Special toos are required and freon must be recaptured and not vented into atmosphere.

If an R12 system, it is best to convert to R134a. R12 is getting hard to find and VERY (and I mean VERY) expensive.
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:25 PM (Merged)
Tiny
DHANDAPANI
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  • 1994 TOYOTA COROLLA
  • 4 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 238,000 MILES
In normal weather the AC works fine. But when the outside temperature goes beyond 100 degrees then the AC starts blowing hot air. I live in Dallas and can you please the area I need to focus.
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:25 PM (Merged)
Tiny
BUDDYCRAIGG
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It could be simply low on freon and the expansion valve is freezing up.

Do you have a set of AC gauges to take pressure readings?
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:25 PM (Merged)
Tiny
DHANDAPANI
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No. I will purchase that and I will check the pressure readings.
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:25 PM (Merged)
Tiny
BUDDYCRAIGG
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Take your time and look around, you should be able to find a cheap set for about 40 bucks.

That's what I paid for my first set and they lasted 3 summers and countless cars before I replaced them.

So they should be just fine for your occasional use.
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:25 PM (Merged)
Tiny
ADRUTTER
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  • 1993 TOYOTA COROLLA
Air Conditioning problem
1993 Toyota Corolla 4 cyl Wheel Drive Type unknown Automatic 185471 miles

The fan works and blows warm air, not hot air, but no cool air. I have not checked the cooling or radiator fluid at all in at least the past 2 years. I know, shame on me. Everything else on the car works great. What most likely is the problem?
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:25 PM (Merged)
Tiny
MMPRINCE4000
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The heater core could be blocked, in which case a cooling system flush may work. The cooling system should be flushed anyway if you have never done it.
Does the engine temp. Gauge show normal temp?

Or the switching valve and cable may not be working. If you move the lever, look at the valve on the firewall and make sure it is moving.
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:26 PM (Merged)
Tiny
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Thank you for your advice :) It so much appreciated.

The car has never overheated and the car always shows that the temperature is normal. What does that mean for the cooling system?
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:26 PM (Merged)
Tiny
MMPRINCE4000
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The engine temp. Is critical to mormal operation. A closed thermostat will cause it to overheat, an open one will cause warm air out the heater, but more importantly will prevent the engine from going into a "closed loop" where the ECM takes over fuel and ignition requirements based on O2 feedback. This can cause damage eventually to the engine and convertor by causing a rich condition.
If the switching valve is working, I would start with a cooling system flush and see what comes out.
If you see gunk and rust then that is probably your problem.

Three things you can do if you want your car to last:

1. Change oil and filter every 3000 miles.
2. Flush cooling system every 2 years/24000 miles.
3. Drain transmisssion fluid and change filter (automatic) every 2 years/24000 miles.
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Monday, November 19th, 2018 AT 5:26 PM (Merged)
Tiny
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Thank you so much.

I was reading info on this site as well so I am starting to see how important all the little things are.

I appreciate everything :)
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