why want my air condition blow out cold air,but it is full of freeon,what could be the problem?it blows out some air.
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1993 Honda Civic
Question: Air condition
DaveJHM March 23, 2011, 19:17Master
Is it the fan speed that is the problem? Or is it how warm or cold the air is?
ReplyVisitor, March 24, 2011, 14:23
the air never gets cold,and when im just sitting still i can turn the air system on and it will blow out air,but also when i mash the ac button i dont hear a change in the motor or anything.
ReplyDaveJHM, March 24, 2011, 17:30Master
It appears that your compressor is not turning on, based on what you're saying.
This could be because the system is too low in charge to function (due to a leak), or it could be because of an electrical problem (coil issue, cycle switch issue, wiring issue).
Patrick has it pretty well explained already.
A hands on diagnosis is required.
Answer #2patrick mannion from Greg Solow's Engine Room, March 23, 2011, 19:19Master
The air being blown out the vents may just be air drawn in from the outside of the car and is not cooled down/refrigerated. Do you hear the air conditioning compressor engage when the a/c is turned on. The a/c compressor is driven by a fan belt at the front of the engine, the compressor has a "clutch' on the front of the compressor that electrically engages when the a/c is switched on by the driver. The problem could be electrical or it could be a problem with any part of the a/c system. It needs to be investigated by someone familiar with air conditioning but this system is not complicated on this car.
ReplyVisitor, March 24, 2011, 14:30
the air never gets cold,only when it turns cool/cold outside,and when im sitting still i can turn on the air system and it will blow out air,but when i mash the a/c button i dont hear a change in the motor or anything,and i have it on the hightest speed that it can go,i had someone try to put freon in it but,it would not take any in at all.