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Air conditioning for car (Honda Civic 2000) had made a small grinding sound which progressively got louder then it sounded like something dislodged underneath the vehicle, but i did not see anyhing, after that air was blowing warm from that point on.

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My 2000 did the same thing. It was a piece of the air conditioning compressor clutch. Hopefully you can just replace the clutch.If you have to replace the a/c compressor, clutch and drier your looking at $300 to $550 just in parts. Have it checked out. You need special tools to drain and fill the freon.

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