We are currently on a road trip out west and the Corolla's A/C is struggling a little. Normally it will freeze you out in 110-degree Dallas gridlock on 72/Auto mode but here it is having a little trouble with the pleasant 85 degree temperatures (have to crank the fan and put it on full cold) and it's cycling a lot and putting out damp air intermittently when the compressor is off. Ugh. I noticed it was a little weak a few weeks ago but it cooled down pretty quickly so I didn't think much of it at the time.
Anyway, we are about 1500 miles away from home and have about 1000 miles left on the warranty so I stopped into a tiny little Toyota dealer at 7:30 this morning to see if they could look at it and basically got a super skeptical mansplanation about how car air conditioning works, how it can only really cool down about 30 degrees from the outside temperature, that they could test it out if I really wanted but probably couldn't look at it until 1 or 2 even though I was the only car in the service drive.
I told him I guess I was imagining it and would deal with it later. I am thinking about topping it up with an AutoZone kit but should I send an email or something to our dealer at home with the current mileage and issues? I don't want to get stuck with an expensive repair in a few weeks so any suggestions would be appreciated.