Question about 1995 Honda Civic
Overcharging could be one issue, but not likely. Sounds more like your compressor clutch is starting to freeze-up. U might wanna try adding some compressor oil in your system, although I believe most rifrigerants do have that as an additive already. Another posibility is that you have a bad pressure switch. There is a switch that will adjust your rpm accordingly when the AC is turned off or on. It is usually located along the lines of the AC system. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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