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Part Location Question...(WITH PICTURES) #228500 Jul 21, 11:52am Jul 21, 11:52am
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Part Location Question...(WITH PICTURES)
Ok guys, for those of you who know, my AC isn't working...still.

I believe that my AC Amplifier Circuit is the problem, but I have no idea where it is, and I just got off the phone with Toyota, and they don't know either, and I don't want to have to bring it in and get charged for it, just to find out where it is. All I know is that it is incorperated into some other part, such as the instrument cluster (combination meter) or the ECM (ECU).

Here are the only three pages in the Celica Repair Manual that speak of it, and it never tells you where it actually is. Is it in the ECM (ECU) or is it in the instrument cluster (combination meter)???

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Re: Part Location Question...(WITH PICTURES) [Re: slidr] #228501 Jul 21, 11:53am Jul 21, 11:53am
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Re: Part Location Question...(WITH PICTURES) [Re: slidr] #228502 Jul 21, 11:53am Jul 21, 11:53am
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Re: Part Location Question...(WITH PICTURES) [Re: slidr] #228503 Jul 21, 11:54am Jul 21, 11:54am
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Oh, and I replaced the WHOLE heater control assembly, so that is not the problem. I believe that the AC Amplifier Circuit lies somewhere between the instrument panel and the ECU, or most likely in one of those. Anyone know FOR SURE?


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Re: Part Location Question...(WITH PICTURES) [Re: slidr] #228504 Jul 21, 1:56pm Jul 21, 1:56pm
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man... i wish i could help you...

i hated w/ my AC wasnt workin im in TX so its like super HOT...


good luck man!!! rice



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Re: Part Location Question...(WITH PICTURES) [Re: slidr] #228505 Jul 22, 2:21pm Jul 22, 2:21pm
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TTT.

Guesses are welcome. grin


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