The AC condenser failed due to contact with road debris and a lack of protection for the condenser.
Car Problem Reports
Honda Accord Air Conditioning Blowing Warm Air
Honda Accord Problem
Average Mileage: 64,254 mi (1,800 mi - 155,000 mi)
Visitor, 2005 Honda Accord, 69,000 mi
The AC condenser failed due to contact with road debris and a lack of protection for the condenser. This has happened to me twice, once in November of 2011 and again this month January 2013. Why can Honda fix this problem?
Visitor, 2013 Honda Accord, 8,300 mi
Just bought a brand new 2013 Honda Accord. I have been a loyal Honda customer my entire life. My a/c was not cooling, so I returned to the dealership where I bought it. I was told a rock hit my condenser, all of the freon leaked out, and the condenser would have to be replaced. The condenser part will cost approximately $135, but with installation it will cost $650! After all of my research online it appears this is a wide-spread problem with the design and Honda is actually making money off of the defect by charging outrageous service fees to fix the problem. It disgusts me to think this could happen again and again and again!!! So I will need to continue to pay this much money each time road debris hits my car??? Furious that Honda will not fix this flaw!!!!!!
Visitor, 2003 Honda Accord, 12,500 mi
Air compressor needs replacement
Visitor, 2006 Honda Accord, 25,400 mi
a/c not working because of road debris that hit the condenser..
Estimated cost acoording to my mechanic 475.00 to 500.00
Visitor, 2003 Honda Accord, 109,500 mi
AC BLOWING WARN AIR
Visitor, 2005 Honda Accord, 60,000 mi
Both the air conditioner condenser and the climate control module are shot on our 205 accord. The mechanic quoted a $3000 repair so we have not fixed it yet. Disappointing to have these problems already.
Visitor, 2013 Honda Accord, 2,300 mi
A/C problem blowing warm air
Visitor, 2013 Honda Accord
Have had the AC system problems 3 times in the first 6 weeks of owning the car. First time was the condenser, second was the evaporating core, and car is currently back at the dealership for the same issue.
Visitor, 2012 Honda Accord
AC condenser needs to be replaced due to road debris (rock). Why doesn't Honda fix this blatant defect in it's many models. it's not as if I am the first or last person that this has happened to, as there happens to be road debris on the road! There is already a class action settlement against Honda for this very problem (odyssey, fit, and Acura tsx), so they are aware of the problem.
Visitor, 2005 Honda Accord, 100,000 mi
A rock or debris came through the front grille and damaged the condenser to the point it had to be replaced.