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    Salam pakwheeler,
    I have corolla 2007 its a well maintained first owner ride.
    Problem is its ac has poor cooling its like a alto or cultus not like a corolla and second thing its fan's throw is very less even if i kept it on 4 it hardely reach on back of car ?
    I have done its 80k complete check up with ac service and gas top up ?

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    If your car has Cabin filter installed first change it and see, if problem is not solved then eveporater could be choked. get it cleaned to increase the throw of Blower. For cooling get AC Gas pressure checked and get it refilled if it is low. Use good quality R134a Gas(American one as AC walas Call it). Dont fill Chinese one if you need to fill...
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    Its Either Your Blower Motor Or Its Controls Resulting In Significant Slow Air Throw...Or Can Possibly Be Chowk Evaporator From Filter Or Debris Inside Fins.....!
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    As it so old, it may require servicing
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    the best way to keep a/c in good nick is by using it, even in winters use it once a week. my 2003 2.0d saloon had its a/c serviced only once in its whole life and its throw is enough that rear seat passengers get chill air within a minute of turning it on with fan on third position.
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    Keep ur car carpet clean you will not face this problem often chocked cooling coil lower the throw of blower

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    Quote Originally Posted by asad1 View Post
    Keep ur car carpet clean you will not face this problem often chocked cooling coil lower the throw of blower

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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_arooq2 View Post
    the best way to keep a/c in good nick is by using it, even in winters use it once a week. my 2003 2.0d saloon had its a/c serviced only once in its whole life and its throw is enough that rear seat passengers get chill air within a minute of turning it on with fan on third position.
    Quote Originally Posted by muradi View Post
    As it so old, it may require servicing
    Quote Originally Posted by NiGhTShAdE View Post
    If your car has Cabin filter installed first change it and see, if problem is not solved then eveporater could be choked. get it cleaned to increase the throw of Blower. For cooling get AC Gas pressure checked and get it refilled if it is low. Use good quality R134a Gas(American one as AC walas Call it). Dont fill Chinese one if you need to fill...
    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    Its Either Your Blower Motor Or Its Controls Resulting In Significant Slow Air Throw...Or Can Possibly Be Chowk Evaporator From Filter Or Debris Inside Fins.....!
    Dont know about gas but it was serviced and gas was top up my father was present their at that tym i was not pressent. ?
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