Honda Element 2005 AWD

Asked by Charlotte05 Jul 13, 2019 at 04:30 AM about the 2005 Honda Element

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The A\C is not blowing out cold air but the fan kicks on. The fuse is not bad. I tried to recharge it and the Freon was full. It stopped working one day and started to push out a little bit of cool are on A\C max and has no longer worked since the fan still works, the heat, and the compressor still kicks on. Not sure what it could be.

3 Answers


AC problem. Could be that the refrigerant is low and needs to be recharged. Or it could be a defect in the compressor, or the high or low pressure switch, the clutch relay, or activation switch, or something else.

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The compressor kicks on so it’s not that and it was full of refrigerant and was recharged. Compressor is a possibility but it’s not leaching which would lead to thinking it was the condenser. The clutch relay I haven’t figured out yet but you could be right thank you

I actually hit about a foot high rock on the driver side front right a few months ago and I believe that is when it stopped working is it possible it messed something up by the radiator?

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