Spelle answered 6 years ago I have a 2007 Honda and one day I went to go start it and everything and the car wouldn't start nor would the hood open to jump start the car. It still intermittently goes out, only to come on again later. It was draining my battery!!!! Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. Do we have any lawyers among us? I was then told that another part would not arrive until after the 4th of July. And so began the saga of no hope of air conditioning until December of 2015 at the earliest.
The consumer also had difficulty starting the vehicle and after 10 seconds, the vehicle would start. Anyone else have this problem? It might be the water pump and timing belt. Replace O-rings of the pressurized hoses. The lights on the dash still work, but the air stops blowing. Condenser: This acts like a radiator and releases the heat to the atmosphere.
The car barely has 60,000 miles on it. At that point, the steering and brakes became very difficult. The consumer requested to have the vehicle replaced. It began blowing hot air. They suggested I call Honda customer service to try to negotiate something. It cools the hot air down before compressing it into a liquid state that is delivered into your air conditioning system. I took it to my dealer and they said that a stone had puntured the air conditioner condenser.
Accords, crv and other year Civics. It started off blowing warm air on the drivers side and cool on the passenger side. Early this month, April, the ac wasn't provided any cooling. Read on to learn how. After a little searching, it is clear that many owners of Honda Civics model years 2006-12 have had similar problems, as have drivers of other Honda models.
Something has to be done. If both lines are warm or hot to the touch, the expansion valve is malfunctioning ad it needs to go to the shop. This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002. When it does work, it's wonderfully cold. I live in Phoenix Arizona. Accumulator: This does the same as the dryer except it is used to also capture liquid Freon so it does not reach the compressor.
The drive belt on your Accord is also. Saustin answered 5 years ago Jenny. The need for Honda to address this with a recall exists with so many people having issues. The vehicle was not repaired. Lift front end of the vehicle. Buy a new part today and receive Same Day Store Pickup. Add new refrigerant - up to 1 pound included in this estimate - to achieve maximum cooling.
The consumer requested to have the vehicle replaced. We will send your request to our network of over 500 junkyards, salvageyards across United Sates. I tried going through American Honda, my dealership, neither one took ownership of the problem. Learn how to repair that here. But, they've already gotten about a dozen calls, and are still investigating the issue and it may include the issues being discussed on this thread as well, if enough people are found to be affected: 909-595-5522. It does start working again after you drive for a while. The consumer also had difficulty starting the vehicle and after 10 seconds, the vehicle would start.
It's not if, it's when. It works by pressurizing the refrigerant inside the system. This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002. The consumer stated the engine block problem should be treated as a recall due to the severity of the problem. Upon starting the vehicle, the contact attempted to initiate the air conditioning system but it failed to work. Previously I have owned a 1997 Honda Civic with all original parts and it did not have such an issue.
However if there is Freon in the system the following is a good diagnosis of problems that can be identified: 1. Took the car to the dealer for inspection. The failure mileage was 91,300. I am willing to join action law suit if this does'nt get fix by my dealer were I bought the car. I would love to join a class action or other concerted effort to get Honda to pay for this. I probably wont buy an Honda again.
This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002. But he also admitted that Civic's are horrible for air conditioning. It started off blowing warm air on the drivers side and cool on the passenger side. Blows warm air and makes hissing noises. While many people believe the compressor puts out cold air, that is incorrect; it actually creates heat.