Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
You read the tire sidewall for max pressure
inflate to 4# less that is it
Forget all the door labels & manuals
it is the tires on the car your filling not some
1960's long gone manufacture specs they show
There hasn't been a tire in 15 years I would run at 32 lbs
38 to 42 is about right read the tire
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The A/C pressure switch is located in the high pressure line (the skinny one) on the passenger side of the engine compartment just under the fuse/relay box. The switch has three functions: <28 psi, the switch opens to protect the compressor from lack of lubrication. >220 psi, the switch shifts the radiator and compressor fan to high speed. >455 psi, the switch opens to protect the compressor seals. Check to see if you have any powertrain DTC's first. A faulty engine coolant temp sensor can cause problems with the compressor clutch relay. If the radiator and compressor fan come on with the A/C on but the compressor clutch does not operate, check the compressor clutch relay. You can also obtain Heater control panel diagnostic trouble codes (DTC's) by turning the ignition switch on. Then turn fan switch off. Press recirc button to select recirc air. Press and hold recirc to turn off recirc air but this time continue to hold the button down until recirc light comes on for two seconds and then goes off. If there is any trouble, the recirc light will then blink a code (if no trouble, the light will remain off) 1 blink = problem in air mix control motor circuit. 2 blinks = a problem in mode control motor circuit. 3 blinks = a problem in evaporator temperature sensor circuit. (this one could be a factor in your case) Turn the ignition switch off to end the test.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
transmission slipping dragging brakes.timing off worn timing belt .bad spark plugs + wires +coil.defected valves and worn cam shaft.use scanner to check oxygen sensor. run engine 5 minutes look at scanner . should read closed loop . if read open loop replace oxygen sensor.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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