Lower the top cover over the fuse box and push it down until the retaining clip at the front clicks into place. They helped me get ideas. Let us know where you are with this, and maybe we can be of more help. Jul 02, 2014 There are few related help links for vehicle fuse box. I measured for continuity at my dual-pressure switch and it is open. After reading the service manual, I can answer my own questions: o Silly me.
Other times, it's lightning quick. I found that fuse block, but I lost the cover and don't have the owners manual -- don't know which fuse to check. I could add more freon, but the pressure would go above 35 psi and I read on this forum that normal is about 22-36 psi low side 199-228 psi high side. All fans were turning, air was ice cold, all was good. Could this be related to 1 or 2? When the compressor comes on, since you are looking at the low side, the pressure will drop. Release the tension on the end of the fuse puller tool and pull the fuse straight out of the socket. Don't allow the low pressure to exceed 35 psi.
All fans were turning, air was ice cold, all was good. If the compressor is not running, the pressure on the low side should be higher. Gauge reading: Low pressure side: 0. They helped me get ideas. At 15oz, you will be close enough on the charge.
It is possible that you have some residual air in the system, depending upon how well your vacuum pump worked and how careful you were when connecting the refrigerant can and purging air out of the line before opening the low pressure valve. Some components may have multiple fuses, so make sure you check all of the fuses that are linked to the component in question. Which fuse s would I check? Push a new of the same amperage rating 10, 15, 20, etc. As always, thanks so much for any info! I was going by the low side pressure. Other times, no error message. Was that a bad way of doing it? Gauge reading: Low pressure side: 0.
This specific picture 2007 Toyota Prius Fuse Box Diagram - Vehiclepad 2004 Toyota with regard to 2007 Toyota Corolla Fuse Box Diagram above will be classed having: submitted by admin at June, 3 2013. The Prius is equipped with which can be purchased at Walmart, any auto parts store or online at. Inside cabin fans were blowing air. Dec 07, 2012 Lincoln Town car Fuse Box ----------- Lincoln Signature Series Engine Compartment Fuse Box ------------- There are few related help links for vehicle fuse box. Could this be related to 1? Thanks all for your suggestions. They should be able to figure out if the component needs to be replaced or if there is a short or some other problem with your Prius. Go through the list and click the required link:----- 2009 Toyota Corolla: Fuse Box Module Removal? I'm guessing it cuts off when the pressure is too low or too high.
If your Prius is experiencing electrical problems, you should always check the fuses first, because they are relatively easy to check and cheap to change. No extra tools are needed to replace any fuse in either of the fuse boxes. I want to start off by checking the fuse logical thing, right? However if the system is working well, then you probably didn't introduce much air into the system. If your Prius has many options like a sunroof, navigation, heated seats, etc, the more fuses it has. It is along a strip of fuses that seem integrated and don't resemble the kind you can pull out and replace? And, many fuses are missing; I need a diagram of the fuses in that block if anyone has one please. I'm guessing it cuts off when the pressure is too low or too high. Could this be causing 3? What size can are you adding the freon from? I pulled this one and the car wouldn't start.
Electrical components such as your map light, radio, heated seats, high beams, power windows all have fuses and if they suddenly stop working, chances are you have a fuse that has blown out. If you need to replace a blown fuse in your Prius, make sure you replace it with one that has the same amperage as the blown fuse. If you have a 2005, I think your owner's manual has 336 pages not 435 , and your fuse location diagram is on page 316. Four of 5 times, it doesn't power itself off. If you found this guide to be helpful, please consider making a small donation by clicking on the PayPal. Since fuses are so inexpensive, it should still be replaced as part of your electrical problem troubleshooting.
It is possible that you have some residual air in the system, depending upon how well your vacuum pump worked and how careful you were when connecting the refrigerant can and purging air out of the line before opening the low pressure valve. Use the fuse diagram on the cover or the one in the owner's manual. After reading the service manual, I can answer my own questions: o Silly me. I must have air in there. However if the system is working well, then you probably didn't introduce much air into the system.