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Ziptie12

Bunker Hill, WV

entertainment. magical guesswork based on insufficient information or incorrect information.Can only try to help the ones that can actually help themselves.After that........well it's already been said...you can't fix 'st.............but sometimes I can attempt to save them money or an engine..........


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ignition switch , electrical portion if separate from lock cylinder.


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Engine/converter damage is occurring when light is flashing. TOW to shop for diagnosis.


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Bad sending unit , wire shorted , bad gauge? Test and verify before replacing parts.


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??REBUILT?? converter? WHAT is the code being set?? P0420?


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Which is damaged , the crank or the pulley?


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Checking online- the crappy brands are about $600.00 for an Si head , complete with cams , 1.6L non-Vtec also about $600.00 . AGAIN , I stress , those are for lower quality parts.Call your local Honda dealer and get prices from them , just to get a perspective.


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Sounds like low on R-134 or clutch is not engaging properly. HOW was the refrigerant level VERIFIED as correct?


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Was the starter and battery bad? Sounds more like a wiring or alternator issue.


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Try this FIRST- with it running and warmed up - turn drivers side temp to 'HI' and see if it gets hot(set mode control to vent), IF and when it gets hot , then turn the temp. down 1/2 way and see if it changes , then if it changes , turn it all the way to 'lo' temp and see if it changes a little more. IF the temp. does change , blend door and actuator are probably OK. Most likely low on refrigerant R-134 changing from liquid to vapor , before it reaches the portion of the evaporator that cools the drivers side.


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Is the compressor clutch engaging? Do you have a set of gauges hooked up while running , if the compressor is engaging? What are the pressures doing?


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