My 95 del sol has an odor coming from vents when I turn on the fan its kinda like burnt plastic or electrical.The ac and heater work fine.SRS was replaced and battery.Anybody got any ideas?


Asked by Sep 06, 2013 at 06:01 PM about the Honda Civic del Sol

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Could be some wiring melting. Any bad symptoms show up since the smell? Did it go away?

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Thanks, you got me thinkin so I checked the radio, sure enuf that was it.Hope that is the end. THANKS AGAIN

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Pulled the radio out but the problem remains.I've read things like a fan could do this or the condenser on the a/c.Still looking for a solution .Any diagnostic guidelines?

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