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08-03-02, 01:43 PM   #1  
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Toyota AC

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I recently bought my daughter a 1995 toyota cambry. It is in very good condition. I don't think that the ac is working like it should
be. The reason that I say this is that I see air bubbles in the sight glass. It takes R134A refrigerant what is the high and low pressure that I should look for? to make sure that it has the right amount of coolant.
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08-03-02, 02:07 PM   #2  
Low side pressure around 35 and high 150-250 depending on ambient temp ( readings taken at 1500 rpm)

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08-03-02, 02:28 PM   #3  
You've bought your daughter a great car; same year and model my wife drives. Car now has almost 140k and runs like it just came off the showroom floor. Her next car will be a Camry, too.

The bad news is I had to replace the ac compressor last summer (at about 125k miles at the time). Hopefully yours may only need some freon if it's not cooling well.

 
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