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there is a fuse for your A/C inside your kick panel.
but the issue here is not caused by a blown fuse. here are the probable causes:
1. freon - either your system lacks/leaks freon. have an A/C mechanic refill your freon and have a leak test. 2. compressor is not engaging - when you turn on the switch of your A/C, you should here a 'CLICK' sound in the engine. this means that the compressor (A/C motor) is already doing its job. have an electrician check if the wires are properly installed in your new unit
might just be a bad engine coolant temp sensor , it tells car computer engine temperature and computer controls fans , as for recharging a/c , did you pull system under vacuum ? to check for leaks ? vacuum also helps remove air to get a better charge because air expands
It could be low in freon and won't allow the compressor to engage. Have you checked to see if your fuse is blown? It should be in the fuse panel of the car. Was the air acting up prior to not working anymore? like not blowing real cold air or anything?
Three possibilities; All related to blown fuses, 1- Fuse blown in the engine compartment LH. 2- Fuse blown in the cabin forward LH below the dashboard (below your legs left hand). 3- Fuse blown in the harness (wire bundles) below the dashboard very easy to reach with your hands “just look underneath steering wheel ". U said " The air conditioner blows, but the air is not cold. " Yes only the fan working which might receiving power independent all from those other mentioned things. If all fuses OK. Then look for broken wires. Regards; MAR
Starting with the basics, check the fuse for the blower motor. If it's blown and you replace it and all is fine then you can write it off as a fluke. If it blows right away or soon after you've got a short or something somewhere. If the fuse is ok then the problem is most likely the blower motor resistor or the blower itself. There is a chance it could be a module, wiring, etc aso...
Make sure your are using the right amp fuse, if so you will need have the fan relay checked by a mechanic. The porblem would be in the wiring of the car since there is not much to a air conditioning system in a civic. As for the air not being cold you may have a leak in the plumbing of the air system that needs to be fixed because freon is very expinsive.