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My ac compressor on my 2002 honda crv makes noise when engaged. ..I want to use my defrost as it is winter but can't do so without it turning on the ac....is there a fuse or something I can pull so it won't try to engage the compressor when in the defrost mode?

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Just remove the plug at the compressor

Posted on Nov 14, 2014

  • Scott Ryan Nov 14, 2014

    It appears to be a little involved to get to the plug....is there not just a fuse I could pull? I'm assuming the plug is underneath the compressor. ..everything I'm finding online makes it look like I need to pull the whole front end off of the car to get to it. Any suggestions?

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