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#67 of 107 Re: ('03 Camry XLE) AC not working from all vents [kiawah]
Jul 28, 2009 (3:11 am)
Thanks for your reply.
When I turn the thermostat up (higher temp.), all vents open and close correctly and the warmed air temp. from all vents is 130 degrees--which is right on the mark. So it looks more like an AC problem. One of the first things I plan on checking is the refrigerant level.
#68 of 107 Re: ('03 Camry XLE) AC not working from all vents [mv52]
Jul 28, 2009 (8:11 am)
Just got back from a friend's garage. We saw through the refrigerant window that it was low on refrigerant. He topped it off and now all vents are blowing nice cool 38-40 degree air.
My friend said that he has seen the same left vent hot air--right vent cool air problem on 2 BMW's, 1 Toyota, and 1 Bronco this year-and all were low on refrigerant. Intuitively, one would think it's a vent damper problem if 2 of 6 vents are blowing ice cold air and the other 4 vents are blowing warm air. Interesting, isn't it?
#69 of 107 '03 Camry XLE leaking by floormats
Jul 29, 2009 (6:23 am)
Hi all. I have an 03 Camry XLE, which has been making strange sounds from the passenger side vents whenever I turn left, moreso if I'm braking harder/turning harder. At first this only happened when I had the A/C on. Now it happens when I have the fan on without the A/C going too.
It is leaking on the floor underneath the passenger side glove compartment. At first it was a drop or two. Now more.
#70 of 107 Re: '03 Camry XLE leaking by floormats [araenel]
Jul 29, 2009 (6:52 am)
Unclog the drain on the A/C, sounds clogged and hence is sloshing and draining inside the compartment as opposed to outside the firewall and under the vehicle. Every vehicle drips condensation, that is what you see dripping down under vehicles on hot humid days.
Also check that the area under the windshield is free of debris and drains properly.
#71 of 107 Re: 99 camry water underneath car [scottt]
Aug 05, 2009 (10:41 am)
What if you are getting soaked carpets, especially driver's side. What could cause that. Ever hear of Camry Hybrids having this problem?
#72 of 107 Re: 99 camry water underneath car [mustaffa1]
Aug 05, 2009 (1:09 pm)
Check for clogged sunroof drains if you have a sunroof, check the drains in the bottom of your doors (open the door up, look on the inside, down at the bottom).
#73 of 107 Re: 99 camry water underneath car [kiawah]
Sep 08, 2009 (4:04 am)
I have a new 2010 Camry for (2) weeks now. The A/C air temp is not as cold as any of the cars I have owned in the past. On a 85 degree day I am having to run the fan at 2/3 speed just to keep the car tolerable.
Taking it into the dealer this morning and will post what the outcome is.
#74 of 107 Re: '03 Camry XLE leaking by floormats [araenel]
Oct 18, 2009 (12:36 pm)
I have a brand new 2010 Toyota Camry XLE. I am experiencing all 4 floor mats leaking. Have been told that it is coming from the blocked tubes from the condenser off of the AC. I have also been told it cannot be repaired. Have had it in once to have the tubes cleared. Was told that it is a design flaw. Anyone else with this problem?
#75 of 107 Re: '03 Camry XLE leaking by floormats [grams1]
Oct 18, 2009 (2:09 pm)
Hogwash, take it back to the dealer, ask that the service manager review your case. If you have to after the 2nd repair, open a case with Toyota help desk and ask that a Regional Toyota rep look at it while it is at the dealership.
#76 of 107 Re: '03 Camry XLE leaking by floormats [grams1]
Oct 18, 2009 (5:46 pm)
Yes, total hogwash. My 2010 does not have this problem, my '07 does not either, and your problem is the first I have heard. If your dealer continues to be unresponsive, call Toyota. Sounds like something was wrong from the start (factory assembly error, I would bet.)