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Air condition fan not running - 2003 Honda Accord

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  • Philip Thi Sep 24, 2008

    No fan here either on my climate control/Navi 03 accord.
    So it's just a fuse?

  • TBrown301 Oct 03, 2008

    I have the same problem. At first, the AC just stop blowing cold air. Now the fan won't blow at all. I try to turn on the fan and nothing happens. The defrost/defogger won't even work. Could it be due to the fact that the coolant/refrigerant container is empty? One of my friends told me that the car might have a switch or something that shuts the fan off if the coolant runs to low.

  • neefer981 Nov 11, 2008

    My ac quit working and I was told it was the compressor. Shortly after, the fan quit blowing completely.

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Your fan transistor failed. It locates at the left corner bottom of your glove box attached by 2 small screws. cost is arround 80.00 bucks. good luck.

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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Replace the blower motor. It is on the passenger side underneath the dashboard. Literally, you can replace it yourself. Three screws and a plug.

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Blower "POWER TRANSISTOR" SWITCH UNDER GLOVE BOX BETWEEN BLOWER AND CENTER CONSOL TWO SCREW HOLDING IT IN COMMON DEALER ****** YOU IN ON THIS DONT JUST PULL IT AND BUY PART FROM DEALER PART NUMBER FOR 03 ACCORD 4DR IS 79330-SDA-A01- EVERYTHING ELSE WORKS, U TURN THE AC ON AND YOU EVEN HEAR THE COMPRESSOR IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT RUNING BUT NO FAN BLOWING THE AIR.....

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