Question about 2004 Honda Accord
Unable to turn on a/c, when max/ac or a/c button is pushed the light does not come on. The fan does not come on either, even if you turn the knob to adjust the speed of the air. It was working at noon yesterday and by 2 it would turn on and then cut off suddenly and within 10 minutes wouldn't turn on at all. HELP! I live in Southeast Texas and its hot and I have a 6mo baby!! Thank you for your help!
Had the same problem. Try changing the blower motor transistor/resistor FIRST. It's easy to access behind the drop-down panel abover the passenger side floorboard. I made the mistake of taking my Accord to the local Honda dealer. I was told by the service tech that both the transistor/resistor AND the blower motor were bad. $585 later, I went out in the shop and talked to the mechanic that had worked on my car. He said the blower motor worked but they went ahead and replaced it "just in case". I told him that was fraud and that was not what the service tech said. He turned white as a ghost. Going to report this to Honda.
Posted on May 12, 2009
Took my car to the dealer today. Took them about 30 minutes to T/S. Determined that the blower motor had a bad power transistor. Took about 15 minutes to fix. Cost was 83.37 for transistor and labor was 178. These are Hawaii prices and I know I could have done it much cheaper had I a clue. A bit high but only took one try to repair and the repair has 12 month warranty.
P/N of the transistor is 79330-SDA-AO1. Located in passenger side foot well.
If you go to estore.Honda.com and look under Electrical/Exhaust/Heater/Fuel, click on Heater Blower for the 2004 accord, it will be item 11 in the drawing.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
I had the same problem. i have a 2003 honda accord v6 4dr. no air comming from the a/c or heater. i check several forums. i replaced the power transistor ($70-80) bought part at dealer. it is located at the passenger firewall. it has a 4 wire plug, and attached with 2 phillip head screws. 1st take down the panel right underneath the glove box so you can see it. then unscrew the 2 screws and unplug. pull out power transistor and replace in reverse order. once you screw it back in, and plug it back in, then you can start the car and test the heater and a/c. (You do not have to unplug car battery). dont forget to put panel back up underneath glove box. should take 10-20 mins. Tools i used: a panel door popper, or flat screwdriver, small drill, angled bit, with a phillips head tip
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
Had the same problem on my 2004 accord. Its the resitor that controls the fan blower. It under the dash on passenger side. Remove the cover and you'll see the wiring to the blower. The part is secure with two screw. The part cost me about 90 dollars thru the dealer. Its work since. Hope its also your problem.
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
04 honda accord no air at all no a/c or heat nothing blowing out replaced blower motor still nothing
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
My 04 ictdi has no air con .....it was because some bajddutd has stolen the air con relay!!
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
I have read that there are some recalls on the 04 for the a/c and air bags you may want to call the dealership you bought it at
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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