I just got up the *** with my a/c work on the passport they replace the copressor and the dryer but told me they were afraid to replace the expantion value cause the coil mite brake or they want to brake it and get more money then told me the clutch on the compressor wasn't working without putting oil and freeon in it so how cloud they know with put the oil and freeon it it i just need help with how to replace the value and coil.
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It's probably WATER coming out of the exhaust as that's the result of the engine running...not a problem.
Gas gauge is separate from the pump....usually. It could be a fuse (look in the Owner's Manual for fuse location) or the fuel 'sender' which is what measures the fuel level. This is usually IN the fuel tank. Sorry I don't know where it is on your Rodeo..
Search online - Google it - for fuel sender. Remember, your Rodeo is the same as the Honda Passport for the '94-2002 model years so search under the Passport too.
Your A/C compressor is bad, Im sorry because of the cost ,because now you have to replace the compressor and the dryer and your expanion valve, the reason for these replacements is this the compressor has came apart inside and those parts are going through the system,the parts will be caught in the dryer and some may make it to your expantion valve and plug it up
Let's start with some facts. Honda, until 2006, didn't build any "trucks". Your Honda Passport actually began life in the Isuzu Rodeo assembly line. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, just no what you were expecting. Isuzu makes very reliable trucks, but I think you've just had a run of bad luck. My 95 Isuzu Rodeo was retired after 275,000 miles, but only because some moron rear-ended me very severely, and it wasn't worth repairing, body-wise. My 5-speed manual needed to be replaced at about 240,000, but the V-6 engine had never been cracked open for any major work. It did, however, have a somewhat loose rack/pinion.