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My Honda Civic was broken into now air wont work

My Honda Civic was broken into & my stereo was stolen. Now my air conditioner will not work. The fan blows and when I push the air button the light comes on but I cannot hear the compressor engaging. Any ideas what to check?

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  • blagjet Jun 25, 2009

    Thanks for the quick response. I checked all the plugs and I checked my fuse box. Is there a way to bypass the on/off switch to see if that it just not working anymore? They ripped the whole middle console out of the car but everything else on the console works..hazard lights/ heat etc.



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Check to make sure that all of the wires that come from the a/c on/off switch are plugged in and check your fuse panel too.

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