Question about 1996 Honda Civic
I got my air fixed last year and it's been great. The past few weeks it wasn't blowing as cold as it should. Finally, yesterday, it stopped. I now only have hot air.
I noticed the condenser fan wasn't kicking on. I thought it was the fan, but I ran power to it and it worked. I finally found the fuse under the hood was blown. I put a new one in and it blew immediately. I put another one in and it blew too. What THE HECK is causing this?? I'm burning up!! :)
Make sure your are using the right amp fuse, if so you will need have the fan relay checked by a mechanic. The porblem would be in the wiring of the car since there is not much to a air conditioning system in a civic. As for the air not being cold you may have a leak in the plumbing of the air system that needs to be fixed because freon is very expinsive.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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