Question about 2007 Honda Odyssey
Most probably low on freon, but check and watch your compressor make sure the clutch engages and runs and does cycle. IF it doesn't run at all most probably low freon, if it runs but cycle frequently, it is low on freon also hold the bigger of the two lines going to the compresson one should be cold and one should be hot. If not probably low on freon if everything else checks out, There are many other reason it might not blow cold but this is what your need to check first and is the most common problem
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Well open the windows then ---- or get it regassed
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If compressor isn't kicking in, check the connector atop the a/c accumulator, beside the coolant recover tank, in the engine compartment. That connector is atop a black bottle, and the connector goes to the low pressure switch. These switches do fail, and you can jump a wire across the connector terminals to see if the compressor comes on (engine running). As this circuit provides part of the ground path from the compressor clutch, if the switch is open, the compressor will never turn on. If the switch is failed, it can be replaced without opening the a/c system. Just disconnect the connector, unscrew the switch, replace it, and reconnect the connector.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
On most cars when you push a button or slide a lever to change your choice of location where you want the air to blow out louvers move inside the dash to redirect the air to your chosen location. When you switch from heat to AC other louvers move. These louvers are often powered by vacuum lines running from the engine. If one of these louvers is stuck or if you have a vacuum leak in one of the lines it may be causing your problem.
Posted on May 12, 2009
SOURCE: Air Conditioner Problem
the most common problem here is a defective air temperature control blend door actuator, this is what moves the door that controls air flow across the heater core or the ac evaporator core, to replace this requires u remove the dash assembly.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
That is correct, the air blend door actuator. "flapper valve" may need to be replaced or cleaned and free from binding up. Good luck and hope this helps. If there is an Auto Zone in your area, they can order the part you need and give you the step by step instructions to removing the old actuator and replacing it if it's damaged. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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