Question about 2006 Honda Pilot EX
Yestrday, I took my car for oil service and asked the service place to check on the A/C blower because it was making noise. The told me that there was lot of tree leaves stuck and they vacumed most of it out. The A/c blower stopped making any noise all day yestrday. Today the front A/C blower is not working
Sounds like maybe the built up leaves and stuff might have made the blower overheat and fail prematurely.
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can take a look at your fuses and see if your fuse is burnt out or if that not the case and the fuses are fine then it sound like blower motor is shot.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
SOURCE: honda pilot blower motor stops
When you removed your motor, did you check in the area where the motor mounted to see if there was an obstruction? It could be a bit of insulation or paper... just a thought.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
SOURCE: A week ago my 2003
THAT PARTICULAR CODE IS CAUSED BY A CATALYTIC CONVERTER DEFECT. YOUR OIL BEING LOW SOUNDS MORE LIKE IT COULD BUT MAY NOT POSSIBLY BE YOUR STALLING PROBLEM. IF THE CAT IS STARTING TO GET CLOGGED U WILL START TO GET STALLING MORE ON THE ACCELERATOR THEN OFF. YOUR BACKPRESSURE FROM THE ENGINE NEEDS TO BE CHECKED. THEY SHOULD HAVE NEVER LET U TAKE THE VEHICLE HOME WITHOUT FINDING THE SOURCE OF YOUR OIL LEAK. THE ONLY FLUID ON THIS EARTH THAT DISAPPEARS OVER TIME IS WATER. YOUR OIL IS GOING SOMEWHERE AND IT NEEDS TO BE FIXED. SORRY TO SAY BUT U HAVE MORE THAN ONE PROBLEM. THE CATALYTIC CONVERTER ISSUE NEEDS TO BE FIXED AND YOUR OIL LEAK FOUND. SOME OF THESE DEALERS ARE CROOKS. IF YOUR CAR IS STILL STALLING ALWAYS TRY TO GO BASIC FIRST SOME OF THE SIMPLEST THINGS COULD BE CAUSING YOUR STALLING.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
First check the fuse. If that is good then more than likely the blower motor resistor pack is defective. It can be the blower motor itself but highly unlikely on an 04 model. I would bet it is a blown fuse.
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
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