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  1. A second hand one will cost around Rs 25000 to Rs 30000. A new one will cost way more than that. He said before changing the compressor he advice to change the expansion valve and see if it fixes the issue. It will cost around Rs 7000 to Rs 8000. Anyway need to find more infomation about this issue. If I perform a computerized diagnosis will it indicate the problem?
  2. Went for a AC service and the technician told that everything is fine and told that this has a clutchless compressor and the issue is common to this type. He said that if the delay of blowing air extends in future I have to replace the compressor.. Anyway considering the cost for the replacement I rather bare the 2 min delay.
  3. No. I haven't done a AC service before. I'm going to do a service soon and see whether it will sort out this issue. Will post the results here.
  4. I'm going to do a full AC Service and see if that will sort out this issue.
  5. I'm having a Toyota Corolla NZE121 G Grade 2004 (This model has reverse lights in the dickey) and when I start the car and press the AC button on the AC starts but blows normal hot air. Then after 2-5 mins cold air starts to come out. Once the cold air starts to come out the AC continues working fine without failing again. The only issue is that there is a delay of few minutes for the cold air to blow. I've checked the fuse box and this model doesn't have a MG-CLT relay installed. And when I check the AC compressor I can't see the magnatic clutch from out side. I checked with the AC technician and he said this model doesn't have magnatic clutch and has a belt type unit. And also he said there might be issues with control valves. He said the solution is to replace the compressor with a unit with a magnatic clutch. Does anyone have an idea about this problem and how it can be fixed.
  6. I'm having a Toyota Corolla NZE121 G Grade 2004 (This model has reverse lights in the dickey) and when I start the car and press the AC button on the AC starts but blows normal hot air. Then after 2-5 mins cold air starts to come out. Once the cold air starts to come out the AC continues working fine without failing again. The only issue is that there is a delay of few minutes for the cold air to blow. I've checked the fuse box and this model doesn't have a MG-CLT relay installed. And when I check the AC compressor I can't see the magnatic clutch from out side. I checked with the AC technician and he said this model doesn't have magnatic clutch and has a belt type unit. And also he said there might be issues with control valves. He said the solution is to replace the compressor with a unit with a magnatic clutch. Does anyone have an idea about this problem and how it can be fixed.
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