It only seems to occur at low road speeds or idle. After replacing my ac compressor with my private mechanic since Honda dealers wouldn't take responsibility for the ac compressor going out at 92k, my ac is not working again after 90. I did tried looking in the owners manual but no luck for the oil specs. Mark helpful 40 Report atguill answered 2 years ago I had my compressor replaced. http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/2006-civic-si-ac-not-working.html
The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community. We took it into the local dealer since we still had warranty (thank God) and they couldn't figure out the problem as they kept telling us to return when the AC After driving in town for less than 5 minutes the AC wasn't cooling at all, so I took it to a mechanic to get charged. It blows cold then out of nowhere it starts blowing hot.
Finally, when the weather turned really hot again, it stopped working completely and now this whole week it hasn't worked at all. There are times when the "spot-shot" refrigerants are perfectly fine. My previous Civic's AC also seriously broke down at 160,000 miles. My guess if this is true is that it is a faulty resistor that when at the end of its life cycle is not producing the right amount of voltage that
The fix for me was a new AC Clutch Solenoid, AC Clutch, and AC Relay. $1,000 to fix. 7 out of 7 people think this is helpful. at the local auto part store they had pag 46 oil in medium and heavy viscosity. They told me at the very least it will cost 175. Honda Civic Air Conditioning Problems Mark helpful 40 Report atguill answered 2 years ago I am having the same issues with my 2006.
I'd love to have my own set of gauges but it will have to wait until the right deal comes along. 2007 Honda Civic Ac Problems I'm so upset....please let me know if you all are filing a class action and I'm IN on it!!! Anyone else have this problem? 5 out of 5 people think this is helpful. https://www.ericthecarguy.com/kunena/8-Service-and-Repair-Questions-Answered-Here/46401-ac-problem-06-civic One more question.
But i also had a blown engine at 35,000 miles. Honda Civic Air Conditioning Compressor Cost Mark helpful 20 Report Carol answered 2 years ago I have someone who can do it for 800. I am a decent mechanic so what I found was it had a perfectly good charge as in no leaks. At times, it takes a little longer.
Please try the request again. http://www.8thcivic.com/forums/mechanical-problems-technical-chat/267661-air-condition-help-2006-ex.html It's been in the shop several times, had a transistor replaced, and had the refrigerant replaced. 2006 Honda Civic Ac Compressor Not Engaging He said it could be the compressor clutch (but he won't be sure until he replaces it for $1300, 1 yr. Honda Civic Air Conditioning Not Cold I heard rumors the rear axel is an inch or two too short and causes uneven tire wear. -My transmission gave out at ~150,000km.
I have owned Honda's all my life and have always bragged on how dependable they are. http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/2006-honda-civic-blower-not-working.html I do not fit the description exactly either, but went ahead and put my info into their system just in case. Mark helpful 20 Report Sangeeta answered 2 years ago When will this end...........disgusted 1 out of 1 people think this is helpful. All readings came back normal throughout the day. 2011 Honda Civic Ac Problems
Mark helpful 40 Report LauraAGood answered 2 years ago I am having the same issues with my 2010 Honda Civic DX. Honda Civic Air Conditioning Recharge He also said this can be caused by collisions. I figured out that if I pulled the relay switch out a little bit, the compressor would start running and cold air would start blowing.
Figured it was just dead and decided to head home. yes they should, Does the car overheat? It has been down grated to my husbands "beater" but even a beater needs A/C when its in the 90's Mark helpful 40 Report Wendy answered 2 years ago I'm super 2008 Honda Civic Ac Not Blowing Cold Air Reply to acura mstr's Post: It was 90 degrees outside and the engine was at operating temperature and while driving the car the temperature stays in the normal range.
If this very same thing is happening to that many honda customers, the part is defective.Discuss This Complaint at ForumDetailsComplaint Number:10199465Incident Date:September 15, 2006Date Added to File:August 13, 2007Description of the This answer was rated: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ I have a 2006 Honda Civic and the ac doesn''t work. I have a 2008 Civic LX with 102,000 miles in Massachusetts area. his comment is here Then for a few days, it worked like there was no issue!
When it's super traffic, aircon will emit hot air. I did some research and found hundreds of these cases with honda vehicles. It worked intermittantly, and especially did not work when the car was sitting in the sun at work all day. I don't think that's it.
Bought it brand new from a dealership in Houston. Mark helpful 60 Report Julie answered 3 years ago We bought a 2009 honda civic and its doing the same thing; the a/c either starts blowing hot air or sometimes it NOT IT'S FIXED AND I'M HAPPY :) 1 out of 1 people think this is helpful. I plan to investigate before spend any more money.
Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Also said I'd likely need to go to a Honda Dealer (they are a Honda/Acura shop). This makes me think it is electrical. Blame Honda, they weren't painted right, also Honda will repaint, but you will not get a rental from them since "Honda is being proactive in fixing the problem", as the dealer
Also, it has to be the MAX/AC. I hear the door moving when I push the recirculate button.Click to expand... It took 200 miles. Mark helpful 410 Report LABeacher answered 3 years ago I am having the same A/C issues with my 2008 Honda Civic.
Mark helpful 60 Report Teresa answered 2 years ago My A/C in my 2007 Honda Civic went out a year ago.