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Old 08-16-14, 03:48 PM   #91
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Hey all,

Is this the relay part that is most likely needed if the a/c light is blinking and no cold air is coming out?


http://www.amazon.com/Toyota-90987-02028-Genuine-Relay/dp/B00FZS42YC http://www.amazon.com/Toyota-90987-02028-Genuine-Relay/dp/B00FZS42YC

The price seems quite good, but is it too good to be true? I'm a total neophyte here. Just replaced the cabin air filter so hopefully that solves the problem but if not, I hope this is an inexpensive solution.

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Old 08-16-14, 03:53 PM   #92
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Question for you first, does the compressor kick on at all then stop and the light blinks? Or does it just blink and never blow and cold air?
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Old 08-25-14, 09:59 AM   #93
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Okay I am back on this thread. Does this fix work for the GX470s? I have an 04 GX470 and the AC is now not working at all. I have been able to shut off and or hit the Auto and it would kick back on. It has gotten worse over time and now it wont stay on more than a few seconds. Here is what I got.. What relay am I supposed to replace?

This is my (engine compartment) fuse box.


Not sure if this is the relay to be replaced?


This is what appears on the Nav screen.
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Old 08-25-14, 10:19 PM   #94
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Yes. http://www.clublexus.com/forums/3572560-post10.html
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Old 08-26-14, 07:16 AM   #95
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Thank you!

One more question regarding this relay issue. I went to O'Rielly's last night and inquired on the R6034 and they did not have that one. They pulled out 25-0137 and said it was the replacement to 90987-02022. I asked to run a replacement for 90987-02028 and they came up with 25-0279. Has anyone used this 25-0279 relay with any success? I assume as long as it is a cross referenced relay for the 02028 relay it should work. Either way, they didn't have it in stock at the time but will have it by today at noon. I will go pick it up and give it a try this evening unless someone has more information. Thx


This is the relay to be changed....



Here is the one they gave me first, its a tad taller than the 02022 relay.

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Old 08-26-14, 02:55 PM   #96
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Wanted to update all on this.Now this is for a 2004 GX470

I just swapped out the 90987-02022 relay as my AC was not working and showing the "check air conditioner" as shown in my last post. I went to O'Reily's and when giving them the new replacement relay number of 90987-02028, they cross referenced it to this one, 25-0279 (JR66K). I did notice that it shows 90987-02022 right under the 25-0279. I figured I would give it a shot since its $12.99 and see if it works. Lo and Behold, It WORKED!!!! Here is what I got from O'Reily's, Hope this helps....

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Old 10-08-14, 12:47 PM   #97
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Default AC will not recharge after compressor install

1998 ls 400. Had the comp. clutch fail, so replaced the compressor with a reman. denso and replaced the dryer. Vacuumed the system down and held a vacuum just fine. Problem is that I can not get the system to take more than about 1/2 a can of 134. Had it vacuumed, released the first can, began to fill, then just stopped filling. Started the engine, turned on AC to see if that would help, but would still not draw it in. compressor engages for about 3-4 seconds, then the light starts flashing and the compressor shuts off. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thx.
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Old 10-13-14, 07:18 AM   #98
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I had the same issue a few months back with the blinking AC light. Below is a link how it was fixed

http://my.is/forums/f115/ac-flashing-light-520785/
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Old 10-15-14, 02:36 PM   #99
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Default Relay replacement really works.

A/C was blinking and A/C quit off and on. Bought a Toyota 90987-02028 relay on e-Bay for $8 plus shipping. Easy to replace and is working fine so far. Originally bought one at O'Reilly Auto Parts, cross ref. was back to original 90987-02027. Toyota Bulletin referenced in this thread clearly calls for a 90987-02028.
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A/C was blinking and A/C quit off and on. Bought a Toyota 90987-02028 relay on e-Bay for $8 plus shipping. Easy to replace and is working fine so far. Originally bought one at O'Reilly Auto Parts, cross ref. was back to original 90987-02027. Toyota Bulletin referenced in this thread clearly calls for a 90987-02028.
Just curious, what year/model is your car?
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Old 10-21-14, 01:07 PM   #101
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Default GX470 2003 - Flashing A/C

So, I switched out the Mag Clt switch to the updated model and the A/C is still flashing. I can turn off and on a few times, then it works for awhile and then it flashes again. I did read in other forums that you are to disconnect the battery before replacing. I missed this step. Thoughts????
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