Question about 2001 Honda Civic
Ac quit while going down the road,,,fan is not blowing
This is a simple fix, in fact, you can fix it for under a dollar if you've already got a soldering iron.
You need to unscrew the panel underneath your glovebox and then unscrew the blower motor mount/controller. Once it's unscrewed, take the controller circuitboard off. You'll see a thermistor on one end that needs to be replaced. You just solder a new resister (1ohm) to the other side of the board between the two solder points where it comes through the board for the original thermistor. If you're up for the work or know someone that can do it for you, let me know and I can write a tutorial and walk you through it. It's a simple fix and only takes about 20 minutes or so to do.
If you'd rather not do the work yourself, the part from honda is about $150.00. (US)
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Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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