Question about 1994 Honda Accord
Two years ago, on the freeway, my car overheated in traffic, and I pulled into a parking lot. Upon inspection, I noticed a good amount of water spilling out from under the car. Radiator fluid level was good. After this incident, A/C no longer worked. AC clutch doesn't engage at all. Today, I checked if there was pressure in the system. The system is pressurized (not sure how much pressure), but the gas coming out feels warm. My next course of action is to check fuses, but I doubt this is the problem, given the incident with the water pouring out from under the car. I assume this water was directly related to the compressor somehow. Any suggestions as to the problem would be appreciated.
The cooling fans are supposed to come on when the ac is turned on,for some reason ,they did not,and the relief valve most likely let the freon out to keep the compressor from locking up,it will most likely need freon,and most likely the high pressure switch in the ac line will need replacing,this is what tells the fans to come on when the ac is turned on.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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