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I have a 2005 Toyota Avalon 3.5, new compressor and receiver/drier

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I have a 2005 Toyota Avalon 3.5, new compressor and receiver/drier work great. Started up after 3 hours, blowing warm and ac pressures the same, any help
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Toyota
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
I started the car and ran it down the road blowing cold for about 5 miles, then it started blowing warm air as I was driving, hit the off button on the ac controls, 1-2 min. later turn ac back on, blowing cold again as I was still driving. Ac pressure low side 34 psi.
Expert:  sprinkles08 replied 2 years ago.
Hello and welcome to JustAnswer!
If the pressures were the same that means the compressor wasn't running at that time. The compressor not coming on could be quite a few things including the clutch coil, pressure sensor/switch, the control head, wiring, or a control head issue.
Why was the compressor replaced?
What pressures was it showing at the time the engine was running but the compressor wasn't engaged?

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