I also read somewhere that the problem could be the computer. Other days it does not work properly. Turning the levers by hand and lubricating the slides can help resolve the problem. The problem can be as simple as a blown fuse, or you may need to replace it. I can hear the blower blowing the air, but nothing really comes through the vents. After a little searching, it is clear that many owners of Honda Civics model years 2006-12 have had similar problems, as have drivers of other Honda models.
Your headlight fluid probably does not need to be changed. The mode control motor changes how air travels through the system, depending on which mode you've selected. Also, regarding the vents not blowing air. The installation of aftermarket parts or accessories—like performance. If the linkage or doors sticks or binds, repair them as needed.
The recirculation indicator should blink twice, and then the self-diagnostic will begin. We are all still having the same issue, and no one has yet found an answer. If the mode control motor does not run in step 2, remove it, then check the mode control linkage and doors for smooth movement. This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002. When I turn on the air conditioner on low: it consistently cycles a vertical fan near the engine and makes a very loud clicking noise every seven seconds like dropping a marble on a piece of metal. I'm just really confused as to why air will blow fine through the vents then all of a sudden no air comes through the vents at all even though I can hear the blower blowing at full-blast.
Has this ever happened to you? This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000 , and Accord 1990-2002. This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. The resistor should fall right out. The need for Honda to address this with a recall exists with so many people having issues. The entire compressor had to be replaced.
When the engine overheated and stalled, he lost power steering and brakes. If it doesn't, reverse the connections; the mode control motor should run smoothly, and stop at Defrost. I have had the shop at the dealer where I purchased the car drive it twice and the mechanics claim they do not smell it. To access the slide levers, push driver's side seat as far back as you can. This is obviously a problem with Honda's design. Either way, I'll go through the self-diagnostic check and let you know. Am I not doing something correctly? There should be continuity for a moment at each terminal.
It began blowing hot air. I did my own research and worked with the second company. If the light flashes between one and six times, there is a problem in the system. This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002. The need for Honda to address this with a recall exists with so many people having issues. It's likely the blower motor, and that means it's time to replace it. Also, the bearing on the air conditioning compressor pulley started making a noise.
The air conditioning did not blow cold air from the very first time I turned it on. The mode control motor should be parallel to the left fender. I have gone through 2 heater control units as well. About another 30 minute down the road, it did the same thing. I do think that it is a ground somewhere, but I took it to another mechanic who was not able to find anything wrong. The fuse is a 7.
I did it myself in 30 minutes. RamRam, if you know how to change out your stereo, then you will find that changing out the heater control unit is even easier. I cannot get the air to blow as a defroster for the front windshield. I don't know if there is a wire, fuse, or just a door stuck somewhere. If the linkage and doors move smoothly, replace the mode control motor.
Fortunately, they are easy to repair. Before trying to resolve the issue, run a self-diagnostic test. The Honda dealership told me it would take approximately 4 hours to replace. I don't see how it could be anything other than a ground short somewhere. I, too, would absolutely love an answer to this. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, where it was diagnosed that the air compressor had failed and needed to be replaced.
The installation of aftermarket parts or accessories—like performance. About 30 minutes down the road, the air in the vents stopped blowing blower was still working. If it flashes seven or eight times, it signals a problem with the evaporator temperature sensor circuit. Had to replace the blower motor switch as well as the vent door switch. You will see a brown plug and several blue connections coming out of it.