Question about 2003 Honda Accord
Put direct power to clutch,works fine
Posted by Anonymous on
The a/c clutch circuit is controlled by the PCM on your Accord. It receives all necessary inputs from the car, and the driver's requests, using odvious buttons, switches, pressure switches, and several engine inputs to determine whether or not to engage the comp. Engine load/accel, temp., ambient temp, etc will all affect this. Also, if all seems normal, I have run into two of this generation Accords that had the control circuit drivers inside the PCM burned out by sloppy a/mrkt alarm system installers. These guys wreak havoc on most newer cars, because they aren't trained to properly isolate/disconnect sensitive electronics that can be damaged easily by shorting wires, or tapping into a circuit that should not be used for this purpose, etc. Good luck! And the security/immobilizer systems in the newer vehicles have NO NEED for additional security add-ons. If someone tries to sell you on them, they are scamming you for money, PERIOD.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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