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2006 honda odyssey air conditioner not cold

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Assuming that all the fuses are good. Check the a/c system.

1.With car idling turn air conditioner on and off with the hood open.. do you hear a clicking noise, if you don't check pressure in the a/c lines and fill as needed. Then recheck for clicking when properly filled. If it leaks out chances are that the evaporator is BAD and has a leak.. this is located in the dash board and very difficult to change.

2. If you have the proper pressure (freon r134a) in the system and you don't hear the clicking when a/c turned on an off, then you probably have a bad stator (magnet) in the a/c clutch. Replace the clutch.... but compressor shaft may break when removing the clutch, then you have to replace the a/c compressor with clutch.

3. I your A/C works just not cold.... add R-134a if low (gauge with r134a fill system is available.)

4. If Not enough air flow, change the CABIN AIR FILTER (should be changed every 6 months to 1 year depending on environment used in)

Posted on Jul 11, 2010

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Do you hear a clicking sound with a/c on, coming from under the hood, if so that's a sign that the a/c system is low on freon, some time when freon is to low the a/c compr won't come on at all, the system has a low pressure switch that won't let the compr come, so the compr won't get damage due to low on freon, have it service (recharge) and have them put some dye in there also, that way they will be able to check for leaks, freon don't wast, there has to be a leak some where's, that's the reason for the dye, if it's a very small leak, they might not be able to find it then, but when it happens again, with a UV light they will be able to look for the stain from the dye, and that's where the leak is at.

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Hi Moonaw,
Take the vehicle to an expert on AC and ask them to check the gas pressure. If that's ok, then have the evaporator (that's the thing that looks like a small radiator which is the heat exchange unit inside the cabin. also have them check the expansion valve for the rear compartment...The fault must be in that section as the condenser, dryer and compressor are common to both front and rear outputs.

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Johngee10

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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Hi Moonaw,
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