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Ac condenser fan is not running on a 1995 honda odyssey van.. no power to the motor...cant find a wire digram to help me... can u?

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SOURCE: Air conditioning does not work. Fan in front does

THE MEANS YOU AC IS EMTY CHECK ONE OF AC. LINES LOW PRESSOR TAKE THE TOP OF AND STICK SAME THINK INSIDE THE HOLE TO SEE IF THERE IS SOME PRESSURE COMES OUT

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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you have to replace the resistor under the passenger side dash. the wires coming from the blower motor runs to it. if it is back the module wont let the a/c work. common problem. easy fix

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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SOURCE: on a 1995 honda odyssey there 's a green connector

On 95–98 models, to access DTC memory using the MIL, the SCS 2 pin connector is located under the righthand side of the instrument panel. Place ignition switch in the On position to begin MIL flash code diagnosis.
Simply connect the two pins (a paper clip is most often used to do this) before you turn the switch on, then turn the switch to the ON position and your MIL will flash the codes.

This URL lists the codes for OBD I:
http://www.troublecodes.net/honda/hondadtc.shtml

SOME 95 vehicles had the SCS on the left hand side of the Glove compartment, under the dash. Usually the connector was blue. See pic, although I don't think this applies to your vehicle.

64b545b.gif Hope this helps you.

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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The center dashboard panel, which holds the climate control system, etc., must be gently pried up. Start at the bottom and work your way around. Once this is loose, disconnect the electrical connectors and the panel can be removed completely. The light bulbs are marked Gray and Black and are freed by a turning slightly. I think the only place you can get the bulbs is a Honda dealer.

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