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My 2004 Accord A/C won't work either (heat included.)

I think the compressor comes on, just the fan/blower doesn't work.

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Probably fuse or relay. Unless fan works while on heat. then probably in control switch not working in all positions.

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Hello. Do you hear the compressor clutch engaging in and out? It makes a clicking type noise. There is usualy an a/c relay on the passenger side top fender in a small black box housing under the hood. You may have several black plastic boxes , but they are all labled under the lids. Quinn Arizona

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