Question about 2008 Honda CR-V 2.2i
Posted by Anonymous on
Possibly the blower speed resistor has burnt out . call an auto parts store and see if they carry the kind you need for replacement
Posted on Nov 24, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Rear AC no air flow.
Sounds like you need to recharge the system its probably low on r-134a. AC only works if it has enough pressure in the system. Go to the auto parts store and pick up a refill kit. If you don't know how to do it ask the parts guy to help you.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
The rattling sound coming from the a/c system may be a sign of a failing blower, or there might be an object hitting the blades.
This can be inspected by an a/c technician, or if you are patient enough, you can check it yourself. Many automotive a/c blowers are located behind your vehicle's dashboard glove box.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Usually when the blower fan only operates on hi speed, its because of a failed blower motor resistor. You still have hi speed because on hi, the power going to the blower motor goes directly to it, as opposed to the lower speeds, when the power is routed through the resistor, thus lowering the voltage, which in turn lowers the speed of the fan. The resistor is usually located near the blower motor itself, under the hood back near the firewall.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
This will be 2 separate problems.
The blower motor operating only on high speed can be fixed by replacing the blower motor resistor.
There are several reasons why your A/C is not getting cold. The most probable cause is that there is a leak in the system and the freon has leaked out. The size of the leak and where it is leaking from can vary immensely, as will the cost of repair. You might get away with just a recharge for a while, but that will not FIX the problem...it will definately do it again if the problem is not repaired properly. A small leak, costing $150 to repair right now, could easily end up costing $1500 or more if not fixed properly.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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