I just recently replaced my air compressor to my Honda Civid Hybrid (2003) and it will not cool as before. It takes about 15 mins. to start cooling. The mechanic says it is because it is hot outside!. It has always been hot outside and gives me the excuse that I am only dring 5 miles and not giving the car long enough to cool. I never had a problem with the air before having the air compressor replaced. In fact, my mother says it used to freeze her out. Any ideas what may be wrong?
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2003 Honda Civic Hybrid Question: air compressor
Answer #1mastertech6371 July 29, 2010, 08:08Master
when you did the compressor, did you replace the dryer and evacuate the system?? this must be done to get maximum cooling.
Replymclemore, July 29, 2010, 08:32Rookie
I know that the dryer and pulley were replaced also. Do not know about the evacuate the system--what do you mean? I took the car back in and they checked the freon and said it was 3 ozs low and probably had to be "filled to the top since it was a Hybrid in order to get the a/c to work" but no change in air.