AC went out during or after car emissions inspection
I got my 2000 Odyssey inspected recently. The A/C had been on before,
but I turned it off while waiting in line. When I turned it on after
the inspection, the A/C didn''t work and even the indicator lights for
all HVAC things were not working.
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If you look at Honda's maintenance schedule they say that this is something that you should do. But if you just passed smog and the amount of miles on the vehicle I would not do it at all. Its basically a way for the dealership to get more money from you.
This is to make sure that all your emission systems is up to par no leaks, and everything is working correctly. If you where having emission issues you would be having a check engine light come on. I honestly again would not worry about it.
P0133 - HO2S Sensor Circuit Slow Response (HO2S-11) The HEGO Monitor checks the HO2S Sensor frequency and amplitude. If during testing the frequency and amplitude were to fall below a calibrated limit, the test will fail. Contaminated HO2S sensor.This will cause the vehicle to fail emissions inspections, but is a fairly inexpensive repair.
Hi I'm using Google Translate. Can you use Used parts? If so try copart.com or partsfinder.com New brake line comes as a strait tube. The line will need the be removed and the new line bent to match. But before you do that try one more thing. Google Tempe Honda - Tempe, AZ.
Basically take the car for a long drive .
Stop off get gas , drive to a shopping center( need a few on/ off starts). Few hard braking , few not so hard braking. reverse when possible . Gotta figure about 30- 50 miles of driving.
HI, there are three devices that control fan operation and speed as well. i recommend inspecting these three components for there operational value. test thoroughly and check the wires as well. if you detect any faults within these three devices, replace immediately. I will list the parts to inspect and there respective definitions as well.
Problem spots to inspect--
1.Inspect the Cooling fan switch-- The cooling fan switch on electric fans monitors coolant temperature signals from the engine control computer. When the engine is cool, the switch opens to keep the fan from spinning. When engine is warm, the switch closes to turn fan on for cooling.
2. Inspect the Cooling Fan Control-- This module Reads the temperature of the coolant and passes the information to the engine control computer (ECC). The ECC receives analog information and signals the cooling fan switch to cycle the cooling fan on or off, as required.(controls actual speed as well)
3. Inspect the Temperature switch-- A bi-metal, heat activated, switching device that controls an electrical circuit based on engine metal/coolant temperature. It controls the cooling fan(s), temperature light or gauge, fuel mixture, emissions controls and electronic-control unit functions. It's usually made of brass or stainless steel and uses a tapered pipe thread (NPT) for dependable sealing. replace if faulty.
You will find the problem in one or all of the above discussed areas.