Question about 2004 Honda Accord
2004 honda accord: (48,000 miles)
Air Conditioner stopped working all of sudden. When I turn the NOB to start the airflow, nothing happens. Also, when I press the control button for defrost, air flow (leg, up, both) etc, light doesn't come on. Is this an air conditoner problem or an electronic problem? How much to fix such an issue. Hope there's nothing wrong with the actual air conditioner.. but some minor problem.
Sorry for the delayed response. For future reference, the blower motor resistor in an 04' Honda Accord is located under the glove box and a little to the left if you are facing it (the glove box). You just need to pull out the plastic panel (yes, you can just pull it out by hand, no tools needed for that). It should be right on the fire wall with a plug going into it. If you reach in there and pull the plug (it has a little notch so it clips into the resistor more securely; make sure you push the clip in) it should have 4 flat prongs on it that go into the resistor. The resistor itself will have 2 phillips head screws that are holding it into the fire wall. Unscrew them and you have the resistor. If you can unscrew both screws before unplugging, it will be easier to see how it unplugs. I know this sounds complicated but once you get in there you will notice it's fairly easy to change out.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
There is a resistor called the blower motor resistor . The resistor has burnt out. The resistor is to protect the electrical part of the air conditioning. The part is not very expensive . The time to check out the system and to perform that repairs is only 2.0 hours tops.
I would take to your local mechanic to check out the system.
Please make sure the mechanic is very good and reliable. A very common problem with Honda cars is called black death of the air conditioning.
The a/c compressor comes apart internally and the only way to repair the system is to replace the complete air conditioning system. VERY Expensive. So be very careful who you choose.
Posted on May 15, 2009
2004 Honda Accord with 48,000 miles - AC blowing though no cold air - was told that it could be clutch assembly and/or eletromagnetic something - that there are three parts to the assembly - might even have to replace the compreesor which would also take care of the clutch assembly - what is most cost effective to start off with - it will cost over $600.00
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
Do you know where the resistor is located?
how can i access the resitor?
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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