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My 2004 honda accord air condition works fine most of the time but sometime it suddenly does not blow cold air anymore and if I turn it off for a while and turn it on again then it will work fine again. Please advise me. Thank you.

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Check for 12v at compressor clutch. If good, check for open in electromagnetic COIL. Available separately and easy to replace. Buy online for $77 verses $135 over the counter.

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Check your ac relays.

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