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When ever i make the hot blower air to the windsheld i dont know why my a/c light get on. This is the normall thing with honda CR-V or there is some problem or its normall. tell me when a/c light is on. my a/c works or not.

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You can verify that by looking at the clutch plate of the compressor. if it is turning as the pulley, then it is on.

is there a switch on the a/c light? you can press that so that the a/c won't come on and also turn the temperature controller to the red line so maybe the a/c wont come on too. try it.

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Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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