If the mister gets the condensor to work, then I wouldn't need a new condensor. Is that correct?
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2003 Toyota Camry Question: My A/C is not working. My mechanic wants to replace the mister first.
Answer #1Greg's Orange Auto (13616 Answers) , Orange, CA - (714) 361-9386globalhelper November 13, 2012, 13:03Master
never heard of a mister except for older people. get a 2nd opinion not sure he able to repair if he calls parts a mister.
Answer #2your.mechanic November 13, 2012, 18:26Master
Maybe your mechanic wants to date you...and is asking you to dump your mister.
Answer #3ziptie12 November 13, 2012, 21:00Master
What EXACTLY are the symptoms? The THERMISTER is simply put , a thermometer at a specific location next to the evaporater , used to measure temp. and shut the compressor off to keep the evaporater from freezing.Does your A/C work at all?
ReplyRob7777777, November 14, 2012, 05:03Rookie
No my A/C stopped working without warning. The compressor just doesn't come one. The A/C switch on my dashboard blinks, instead of a steady yellow/green light. The fan control next to it works fine. I can blow vent air fine.
Replyziptie12, November 14, 2012, 06:54Master
If it has been diagnosed correctly , then that is a possible cause. Do you trust the person/shop working on your car?
Replyglobalhelper, November 14, 2012, 06:58Master
i had one of these and found out there is a relay issue with this system. toyota sells an updated relay to fix the problem you might want to ck into that. relay costs approx 20.00
ReplyRob7777777, November 14, 2012, 10:26Rookie
My car has 106,000 miles on it and is a 2003. Could the compressor just be worn out? I live in south Florida and have to use the A/C year round.
Replyglobalhelper, November 14, 2012, 13:06Master
ANYTHING IS POSS BUT YOUR MECH HAS THE EDGE HE HAS DIAG WITH AN INSP. IF OUR TRUST HIM GO FOR IT