Question about 1994 Honda Accord
When you turn the a/c on the engine should try to speed up to compensate for the increased load. If the actuator for the a/c, if it has one at the throttle body, isn't working then this could be the problem
Air Conditioning Signal The load on the engine increases when the compressor is engaged; the ECU must increase the idle as necessary. In some cases, the ECU will limit A/C operation, cutting it off through the A/C control relay in cases of wide-open throttle or preventing it from engaging in cold engine conditions. If the vehicle has a separate control unit for the air conditioning, the two controllers exchange information regarding system status.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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