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They are currently researching this general Honda issue. Till then… You can buy Blower Motor Transistors here for much better prices. We can also try starting a group on Facebook to publicize the pervasiveness of the problem. There's clearly and electrical and/or computer problem in this thing, I think. 2 out of 2 people think this is helpful. have a peek at this web-site

The blower works, but I just get hot air. thx. It still intermittently goes out, only to come on again later. More importantly, it tells you that your Honda Civic's blower motor relay is OK and not the cause of the issue you're having with the inoperative blower motor.

Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor

i smoke on a reg basis but in the since i bought it new in mar of 07...ive never smoked in it once & my car still has that new car Either replace the blower or just clean it out with WD-40, then apply grease to the moving parts. Mark helpful 20 Report richardfountain1979 answered 2 years ago I own a 2008 honda civic.

You will need to remove the C-Clips from both ends of the armature and keep washers in correct order. Mark helpful 30 Report Mariel answered 2 years ago 2010 honda civic XL. Otherwise you will have to spend more $$$ for repairs. 2) With key out of ignition, unplug an plug wire connector to AC compressor. 2008 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Now, since this is my wife's ride, I had to work on it pretty fast.

Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Problem To recap, symptom is there is no blower activity when turning the fan speed dial on at any speed level. Also said I'd likely need to go to a Honda Dealer (they are a Honda/Acura shop). http://www.8thcivic.com/forums/mechanical-problems-technical-chat/241994-c-blower-intermittently-working-not-transistor-motor.html Confirmed there is freon in the system. (props to my neighbor for helping me with checking voltages and such.) Just a quick follow-up to my problem/solution.

Is the blower motor itself the next thing to test? 2003 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Location Was talking to a guy at work and he has a 2008 Civic and his ac is not working either and he was told it was a compressor. Then, the pump kicks off and blows warm air. Cold air blowing now. 1 out of 1 people think this is helpful.

Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Problem

How to Paint Interior Why is My Engine Hesitating? http://www.clubcivic.com/forum/threads/ac-heat-blower-not-work-ideas.212209/ The fan speed is controlled by the hvac unit and power transistor I'm not 100% sure how it operates cause the repair manual is just that a repair manual sometimes it Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Konuşma metni Etkileşimli konuşma metni yüklenemedi. Honda Crv Blower Motor Not Working Left the car in the garage and took the motorcycle.

My 2008 civic ex-l a/c died last summer at 100,000km. Check This Out Mark helpful 365 Report UKBleu answered 3 years ago My A/C went out again last weekend on Saturday. Intermittent electrical problems bring out the magician trial and error troubleshooting. chances it needs a charge is very high if u use your ac. Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Test

It is only their research at this point - nothing formal - so it may change over time. Reply With Quote 10-04-2009,09:00 PM #6 rberman999 Registered User Join Date Nov 2003 Location MA Posts 295 I'll chime in on my experience with the resistor pack on a 2000 LX. Just changed it out. Source Testing the blower motor and the blower motor relay isn't hard.

I'm gonna try replacing the relay first, hopefully that does the trick. Honda Civic Blower Motor Location Does this say that the blower motor itself is bad? If I replace this, could this be the cause of my problems??? 85 out of 85 people think this is helpful.

Mark helpful 30 Report MisterRhino answered 2 years ago My fiancé has a 2008 Civic (I think that is the year) and it has had a similar set of issues.

Give me a break!!! The problem is - none of that worked. So I paid that much--more with tax and a charge of $125 for the test that determined what was wrong with the a/c, I can't be without air conditioning, and my 2001 Honda Civic Blower Motor Resistor Location RonJ, Apr 10, 2012 #5 cyber0ne New Member Joined: Mar 25, 2012 Messages: 13 Location: Highland Il Thanks RonJ!

Now this summer it doesn't work at all. The replacement part this guy talks about, NTE2920 is about $15 but isn't sold at Digikey. American Honda Motor Co..We need a FREE AC unit replacement or the replacement money BACK!! 4 out of 4 people think this is helpful. have a peek here The time now is 12:16 AM.

Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links 8th Generation Honda Civic Forum Advertisement Page 1 of 4 1 234 > vBulletin Message Cancel Changes Quick Reply The following errors occurred with your Mark helpful 100 Report chinadoll53 answered 2 years ago Hi all of you disgruntled Honda owners,just to let you all know that I've takened my 08 civic to the same shop Click on one of the links below for more information on economical solutions to Heater Resistor problems on your vehicle. Upvote (10)Flag inappropriate2009 Honda Fit 90,000 mi, LJLEHad same issue.

The part is trianglular with three hex nuts/screws. Another good test is to jump 12 volts directly to the Blower motor to make sure the blower works. A/C problems like everyone else. After further diagnosis i have found the cause is typically the blower motor itself is drawing too much amperage. 11-03-2012, 03:58 PM #9 Sour_Lemons Trial User Join Date:

Any help on how to address this issue? Mark helpful 310 Report Shantae answered 3 years ago I see four numbers that was posted by Jenny 2 weeks ago to call & make a complaint to get this ball Mark helpful 120 Report im1234 answered 2 years ago Hi, I have a 2007 Honda civic and no AC! About three months ago my A/C started working intermittently.

The Honda dealer verified that a service bulletin was issued and the recommended repair is to replace the blower fan and the resistor.