Question about 2007 Honda Accord Sedan
My 2007 Honda Accord SE control panel for heating and defrost has gone dead and cannot control it. Nothing works on that panel, however the radio and CD player works, The side view mirror control and heat element does not work either. Any clues of what could be wrong? Is there a common fuse?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem. Apparently all Hondas have the same problem around the same age depending on mileage and where you are locate (snowy area versus high heat area).
The solution is simple but not very easy - the blower fan must be replaced. If you have it done, expect to pay for several hours of labor. The part is approximately $130 depending on supplier. Be careful you do not go for the really cheap ones as they are Chinese and are prone to poor workmanship and fail easily. Spend the bucks and get a good one or one from Honda which will be much more than $130. I did the job myself and I am VERY handy with lots of tools. It is not something I would like to do again very soon! Half the dashboard has to be taken apart, the glove box removed, loads of bolts and screws from inside the dash which can only be accessed when laying upside down on the passenger floor. I ended up taking out the passenger seat to make things easier!
The first sign of this problem is a noisy heater/blower fan. It just means the bearings are starting to wear down. After that it is just a matter of time before the blower shafter starts to wobble so much that it seizes up. Voila, no heat, no air conditioning, no money after you get it fixed, lol!
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
SOURCE: heating in my 95 honda accord
Here's my list! 1st-check coolant level, if it's low, u won't get heat. 2nd Is engine reaching operating temp within about 5 minutes or a little more? If it is running below the normal level, the thermostat may be stuck open, not allowing the car to reach operating temp, again, no heat. 3rd dash control not working to turn on heat. The heat control is vacuum operated, so if there is a leak or kink in the vac line, it won't work. (not too common). Many cars (I'll have to check on the 95 accord) have a heater control valve in the heater hose line under the hood near the firewall. Sometimes the valve just gets stuck in the closed position, so again, no heat as the hot coolant can't circulate into the heater core.4th plugged heater core. Corrosion, rust plugs up the heater core, coolant can't circulate, no heat.
Start w/ the easy cheap fixes, work your way down, let me know if u need more info. and how u make out.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
You will have to drain the radiator. Drain at bottom.
Then, follow the top radiator hose back to where it connects to the engine.
The part with the two bolts in it that the hose connects to is the thermostat housing.
You may have to remove the hose in order to remove the housing.
When you have removed the housing, note the position of the thermostat before you remove it.
When installing, use new gasket, etc.
(you might be able to get away with not removing the radiator hose, but it is recommended)
Be prepared for a bit of spillage when you remove the housing.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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