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I have a 2003 Honda Pilot and the rear air conditioning is not working i went to the dealer and they said it was the rear air sensor and they said it was in the center console. where in the center console is it?

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If you look at your center console, you'll notice that there is an air vent on the back, facing the second row seats. This is where the rear air conditioning can be manually controlled by passengers in the rear of the Pilot...and where the air sensor is. To access it, you'd need to take apart your center console.

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

  • ltb726 Aug 08, 2011

    If anyone else has the problem it is a fuse located underneath the steering system in the front - it cost about 150 and not the usual small fuse either. Ask your mechanic to check it out before pulling your console apart

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