Question about 2005 Honda Accord
2005 Honda Accord EX 4 door 28000 miles. Last summer I had the A/C filled with coolant and it worked fine (it was completely empty of coolant). During the winter I made it a habit to keep the A/C on when I had the heater on. When I put on the A/C now the two vents on the dash (driver side - one near the door and the center vent) blow 20 degrees warmer than the two vents on the passenger side. The passenger side vents are about 40 degrees and the two on the driver side are 60 degrees. No matter where I have the A/C controls - max A/C, outside air, upper and/or lower vents the same thing happens. What amazes me is the two center vents which are next to each other have such a large difference (20 degrees) between them. Any help would be appreciated
Well this is simple. You never should run out of refrigerant EVER. If you do, it is a leak. Not enough refrigerant causes uneven vent temperatures. You need to find and repair the leak. This can be done with a refrigerant detector or by using AC dye. I would not recommend doing this yourself, take it to a dealer. Good luck
Posted on May 26, 2009
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