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A/c stopped working after check radiator system warning
2006 Acura RL

A/C stopped working after Check Radiator System warning

(2006 Acura RL)
I have a 2006 acura rl. the ac quit working and a message came on the dash saying check radiator system. I have replaced the compressor and the expansion valve. I have check all fuses. upon further inspection I have noticed that the condensor fan is broken. My pressures are 150 high 100 low.
How long have you had this problem? a couple months
Tags: acura, rl
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on October 04, 2019

Possibly cooling fans must be operational before a/c will function - integrated circuitry.

I think you should have another look at the fuses - use link below:

https://www.autogenius.info/acura-rl-2009-2010-fuse-box-diagram/

Very easy to overlook a failed / blown fuse!

Good luck!
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on October 04, 2019

In fact - it is very easy to overlook one of the fuse ‘boxes’ on this vehicle.

The diagram will help with that.
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on October 04, 2019

Possibly cooling fans must be operational before a/c will function - integrated circuitry.

I think you should have another look at the fuses - use link below:

https://www.autogenius.info/acura-rl-2009-2010-fuse-box-diagram/

Very easy to overlook a failed / blown fuse!

Good luck!
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on October 04, 2019

In fact - it is very easy to overlook one of the fuse ‘boxes’ on this vehicle.

The diagram will help with that.

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