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Why does my 93 honda accord struggle to run with the air conditioning on?

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The answer is time consuming and very pricey. A bad compressor can cause loss of engine power. As the belts drive the compressor, it requires quite a bit of force to compress the refrigerant to cool the car, which is why fuel economy drops when the A/C system is on. If the compressor is beginning to seize, it requires more power, and with a 18 year old 4cyl engine, there isn't a lot of power left to go around.

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1990-93 Accord (click for zoom)

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Fig. 1: Remove the glove box and frame


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Fig. 2:
Air conditioned models require the removal of the control unit. Handle it carefully


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Fig. 3: Remove the lower covers from the blower unit



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990-93 Accord
See Figures 2, 3 and 4
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. If so equipped, disable the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS).
  2. Remove the glove box.
  3. Remove the glove box frame (lower support)
  4. If not equipped with air conditioning:
  5. If equipped with air conditioning:To install:
  6. Install the blower unit and tighten the retaining nuts.
  7. On air conditioned vehicles:
    1. Install the lower covers and the retaining band.
    2. Install the control unit bracket and carefully engage the wiring connectors to their proper location.
    3. Install the kick panel and reposition the carpet.

  8. Connect the wiring to the blower assembly. For non-air conditioned vehicles, install the air duct and tighten the screws.
  9. Install the glove box frame and install the glove box. Note that some of trim on the frame is held with 2-sided tape; replace the tape when reassembling as necessary.
  10. If applicable, enable the SRS.
  11. Connect the negative battery cable.

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1991 need to cange fuel filter.....


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