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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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  • ruth greenwood Jun 18, 2008

    it suddenly began to work



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Maybe the inside got frozen, its happening from time to time, wait until it warm-up
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