I ad this problem fixed and it cost $35. Apparently, this happens when the Freon level is low for some reason. They refilled the Freon and now I have AC on both sides. Don't forget to replace the internal filter in the glove box.
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https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid...Sep 13, 2008 - my 1994 honda accord ex has a problem. the heater vents dont switch ... defroster and feet etc.. none of those work anymore. nether does my AC, ... still no change. they will blow hot and cold air out of the front "in your face" ...
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Check whether the warm air isn't going in with the cold air .Coolant line that runs into the firewall on the passenger side of the engine which is toward the bottom half of the firewall on the passenger side. If there is warm air going into the vents with the cold air then it blows warm air. You may have to shut it manually because it gets stuck sometime. Check it out.
the a/c system may be low on a charge. have a a/c shop ck it. if its low, have them ck for a leak. if unable to locate a leak, they may need to rechagre it, and add a UV dye and you may have to bring it back several weeks later.
there.When a compressor is replaced,
two things are in fact being replaced - both the compressor and the refrigerant
(Freon) and if the problem is resolved as a result which of those two replaced elements
caused the original problem?Well you
will never know and so before the compressor is replaced you need to have you’re
A/C system recharged – it’s by far the most cost effective initial thing to do.In general A/C systems loose at least 10% of
their effectiveness each year through loss of refrigerant and so given the age
of your car; it’s the first thing to focus on.A professional A/C centre will also be able to tell you whether your
compressor is working properly after having a refrigerant recharge by the
monitoring the operating pressures in the A/C system.
this means that your a/c has a leak somewhere in it....or the a/c compressor has gone bad.....you can check the a/c charge with a guage you can pick up at your local automotive store. if the charge is good then chances are that your a/c compressor is bad....kindof a costly fix.
Even under acceleration you should have cold air from vents.Does the air change from the vents to defroster or elsewhere when accelerating? Make sure you have a full charge of refrigerent..Also make sure the engine isnt running hot...