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Blower motor only works on high and a/c quit at same time

Wellllllllllllllllllll was a "nice" ride back form the beach in storms so bad people were pulling off the highway and here we were with no a/c to clear the windows and baking at all the stops in the van stuffed with beach junk,toys and kids ha ha.

Okay the van.Last night the a/c stoppped putting out cold air.Then we noticed both front and rear air controls on fan speed ONLY works on high speed. Was late but checked as many fuses related to a/c and any mention of "fan" and had no luck.

Only vehicle we have (had) with air so sure would appreciate any thoughts.

Thanks in advance.

John

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  • NotRolling Aug 24, 2008

    These problems happend today on a 2001 Honda Odyssey:

    A/C fan only works on high speed.

    A/C Pump comes on for a one second and shouts off

    Engine light came on



    The car store put the analizer on it and says electrical short.

  • vance151 Aug 25, 2008

    2004 Odyssey- same situation. Both happened at same time. Blower only works on high, no a/c. Blower motor resistor?

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I have a 2003 Odyssey that had the same problem. I took it to the dealer which replaced the fan switch in the dash which fixed the problem cost about $300.00

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