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Toyota axio AC compressure

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I believe that you are referring to the Axio 141 compressor. I think its the same as Allion/Premio 260 Compressor, which is notorious for problems.

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Same for Vitz. My one's compressor pulley already stared giving noises.

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Thanks.. I think that's wt happened to my compressor.. Day time it's not cooling.. but the tubing is ice cool.. inside the car is not cool..We thought is due to block..replaced filters and cleaned condenser..Prob is the same..

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I have seen Allion/Premio owners switching the A/C off and on for overtaking, an A/C mechanic once told this is not good for the compressor. The problem could be due to doing that as well 

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It is common A/C troubles in new models. All clutch less type.

Check whether cooling improving when rpm increasing? If so compressors cooling capacity reduced. Do it in idle. 

 

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