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Click here to start viewing the Honda Civic Forums. I am very disappointed to hear of so many of the same problems. I'll keep you updated as soon as I install the part. Our Certified shops honor these estimates.Find a ShopRepairPal certifies only the best shops in your neighborhood by verifying quality work, training, and customer satisfaction.Why Certified?Certified Shops honor fair price estimates, bringing Source

I will never buy another Honda again. CASE 2: The blower motor DID NOT come on when you turned the key to the On position. Bu tercihi aşağıdan değiştirebilirsiniz. Fuse #14 connects to relay terminal slot #2 of the under-hood fuse box.

Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor

I live in Florida but luckily it wasn't to hot today so I used outside air which was cooler than the ac air. The a/c started working. Mark helpful 20 Report bulshivic answered 2 years ago I have a similar situation with my 99 Civic. Mark helpful 70 Report jdlebo answered 2 years ago 2007 Honda Civic Si, A/C blows cold for a while, then stops.

I'm very happy to hear that most,if not all of us, have agreeded on the same solution to this on going problem with Honda's A/C & that is to start a The lights on our factory radio are out and have been a long time, but just makes me wonder if it's a short in the electrical somewhere? It's hot in Texas! 07-21-2014, 11:23 AM #19 tech8 Moderator Join Date: Jul 2004 Posts: 2,280 Re: Blower motor and A/C not working Quote: Originally Posted by 2008 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor If it still doesn't work after I replace the Mosfet and thermal cutoff then I will try the test in the web site.

varietytubechan 83.819 görüntüleme 7:53 How to unclog a heater core to get good heat Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now - Süre: 9:34. Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Problem Btw...the location of the resister (04 Ody) is the front right (passenger) below the glove box. Browse the forums by generation by clicking below or browse all honda civic forums. 4th Generation Honda Civic (including 1988-1991 Honda Civics) 5th Generation Honda Civic (including1992-1995 Honda Civics) 6th Generation http://www.8thcivic.com/forums/mechanical-problems-technical-chat/241994-c-blower-intermittently-working-not-transistor-motor.html Unfortunately someone usually has to die before they do it willingly.

Ok, sorry for the long delay on getting back with a solution... 2003 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Location was going to wait, but it is SO warm here still. IF you have an LX the resister pack is most likely blown. Install the new components in the same fashion.

Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Problem

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I would like to be a part of the class action lawsuit if it materializes. 3 out of 3 people think this is helpful. this contact form next i turned it and checked to see if there was lots of play in the shaft. Mark helpful 90 Report Melissa answered 3 years ago I bought my 08 Honda Civic EX in March of this year && everything worked, until a couple of weeks ago, my The basic idea here is to add power and ground to the blower motor without removing it from its location under the dash. Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Test

Our car is always serviced on time (and documented) so its not us not taking care of the vehicle. I know some say they fixed it right? I also have had an issue for awhile now where my dash/radio lights come on and off and some lights on the radio do not work at all. have a peek here I also bet the blower is made in China...

have been searching for week for some one with the same problem. 02-13-2011, 09:55 PM #17 (permalink) joelq Junior Member Join Date: Jan 2011 Posts: 12 Thanks, Craig. Honda Civic Blower Motor Location If you're one of those guys who can DIY, here's the part numbers:Motor Assy, Fan 79310TF0G01 $286.75Resistor Assy 79335TF0G01 $ 36.16Labor $115.00You would think that Honda would have a recall on Hope this helps anyone having a Blower motor resistor / transistor problem. 10-30-2011, 02:08 PM #6 jcrossen Trial User Join Date: Oct 2011 Posts: 1 Re: Blower motor

If you can do some very basic soldering you can fix your old blower resistor for $7.49 in parts from Digikey.

TEST 2: Bypassing the Blower Motor Resistor If you've reached this point, you have confirmed that your Honda Civic's blower motor is getting power on the BLU/WHT (or GRN/WHT) wire of told me he'd have to pull the entire system. Thanks Reply With Quote 12-08-2011,01:02 AM #11 chewbecca Registered User Join Date Mar 2011 Location maryland Posts 6 Same problem on my 2007 Odyssey EX. 2001 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Location After a second look, the service guys decided it was the AC clutch and coils and it's an $880 job. -- Pisses me off that Honda obviously has a defective AC

Davis - well, I went out to try the self-diags, but the blower is back working again. Testing the blower motor and the blower motor relay isn't hard. Is the blower motor itself the next thing to test? http://swusf.org/honda-civic/honda-civic-speedometer-not-working.html Confirmed there is freon in the system. (props to my neighbor for helping me with checking voltages and such.) 07-28-2014, 09:45 AM #21 txreap Honda-Tech Member Join Date:

Thanks! Sounds exactly like the problem I was having. 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. How do we band together and get Honda to do something about it? 6 out of 6 people think this is helpful.

Mark helpful 80 Report cereza answered 3 years ago My 2008 Civic LX will turn on and off when it wants to. You can also claim up to £10 compensation if your despatched goods are more than 4 days late: http://www.royalmail.com/compensation Heater Resistor Pack Solutions for your vehicle. it'll help if we know how your Honda Civic's blower motor works. Mark helpful 0 Report DaveCayshe answered 2 years ago I have a 2002 Honda Civic EX and I brought my car in for routine maintenance and the mechanic tells me I

Then, we had it repaired and they changed the compressor pulley/bearing assembly. When I bought it from the parts store I plugged it in to see if it worked and left it hanging there, by the time I got home it was super thx. 07-10-2014, 02:39 PM #17 DCFIVER Honda-Tech Member Join Date: Mar 2004 Location: failing a car near you..... Mark helpful Report migration_jham0617 answered 3 years ago I have a 2007 Honda civic.