Question about 2005 Honda Civic
Probably a leak. There's a safety switch that disables the a/c if the low side pressure is too low. If the leak isn't too bad one of the refill kits with a gauge from an auto store might get you going again. Attach it to the low side port ... add refrigerant until the a/c works again and then add until pressure is in the proper range. A slow leak might require you to do this every couple of years ... if it leaks out in days or weeks you'll need a more serious repair.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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