how do i fix my air conditioning in my 2004 honda civic

Asked by Aug 15, 2013 at 04:42 PM about the 2004 Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The air was working fine and then the other day it randomly stopped working while I was
driving, there was no air at all coming out. Then the next time i got in the car it was
working again. Now it has not been working for the past two days, not even air.

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When was the last time you had the system (R134 levels) checked professionally ? The system could be "oil" or "refrigerant" low and the system is just shutting off to protect itself. I would tell you to have it professionally checked due to the age of the auto.

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Does it work on High fan speed? if so it may be the fan resistor if not check the compressor clutch relay. GLWR

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My 2004 Honda Civic had a great air conditioner and a couple weeks ago, almost instantly, the air was warm. It didn't ease to warm, it went from cold to warm. I also smelled as though steam was coming from the engine. WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED?

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