Question about 1995 Honda Civic
A little history- 2 years ago I was charging the AC and overcharged it to the point that the pressure relief valve blew on the compressor. I could not run the AC without stalling the engine. I then had friend with AC equip. pull out all the coolant, flush with inert gas and recharge to the correct amount of coolant. Since then the AC has worked, but not as cold as it should. It slowly has gotten worse over time. My question is- How much damage did I do to the compressor? If I change it out myself, what other parts should be changed at the same time?
The reason it's getting warmer is most likely due to a slow leak. it need the proper amount to be cool. less or more and it will be warm. it's also possible when it was charged he added too much or not enough. also if air is in the system (from not vacuuming the system or in the refrigerant tank) it will not cool as well.
the car need to be recovered, vacuumed (checked for leaks), refilled after purging the refrigerant tank of air.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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