Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
The first thing I would check is the pressure in the system. If it's low because of a leak, you wont get the compressor to run. You could also look for a fuse and relay, and check the clutch on the compressor.
Take it to a shop that can handle A/C repair and have them check it for you. If there's a leak, they will be equiped to look for the leak. The system is sealed and shouldn't lose any refrigerant under normal conditions.
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