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1996 Honda Accord Sedan 25th Anniversary Edition 4dr Sedan

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July 16, 2013, 4:45 pm

Marc R
 

Question: I don't know what's wrong with my air conditioning in my car

I tried to use the ac the other day in my car and after realizing that it is only blowing out hot air, that it needed refrigerant. I used ac pro refrigerant to re-fill the line but it was not accepting it. Then, I said that it is full and needs to be taken to a mechanic to have it properly drained. I took it to a mechanic to have an evaluation on the car and I was told that the first thing they need to be able to do before they can fill it is change the ac compressor. The ac compressor is supposed to click when I turn it on but it does not do that. It rotates so it is not locked. I am just unsure on what the problem is.


July 16, 2013, 8:05 pm

Richard W
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The system has no Freon in it. That is what the shop told you. You mite have not opened up the valve to add the Freon to the system. I would try to add Freon to it again. Why didn't you have the shop add Freon and see where the leak was?


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