Question about 2001 Honda Civic
Air conditioning systems are always high-pressure systems,simply because the refrigerant used is a gas forced to become liquid.
In fact, a loss in pressure in the cooling lines means that your system will have no cooling capacity.
Your problem description points towards your compressor not engaging. There could be a switch in your car's interior/dashboard that indicates 'COOL' or A/C (or something like it) that should manually engage/disengage your a/c compressor.
In case this still does not work, your compressor clutch or the electrical system engaging this is faulty and will need the attention of a qualified service technician.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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