Question about 2004 Honda Accord
Pop your Engine Compartment Hood, and locate your A/C Compressor.
Start your car and turn your A/C on HIGH.
Return to the engine compartment and take notice of your A/C Compressor.
When the engine is idling and the A/C Compressor, you should note a quick and noticeable drag on the engines RPM.
If this happens and you are not receiving cold air through the Vents, locate the A/C Condensor.
There should be a small circular window (1/2 inch) and you should see what looks like a liquid level.
If the window looks empty or less than half full, you need to recharge your A/C system.
There are kits you can buy to safely do this, but do not exceed 50 on the pressure guage to avoid damaging your A/C system. (you can also take it to a garage and have them re-charge it for you)
You'll be feeling that COLD air in no time!
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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