2010 Honda Civic A/C Blower

Asked by Cpted4life Jun 18, 2019 at 03:04 PM about the 2010 Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2010 Honda Civic 4 doosedan. I have noticed that after the car is running for a while it begins to blow hot air theu the vents. The blower also seems to decline in speed? I just replaced the clutch relay and cabin air filter but the probelm continues? I have had a mechanic check it and the pressures and reon leval is correct. I was wondering if it could be the blower motor resister causing the loss of air flow ?

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I have a 1981 Ford 351winsore in a RV it has only 43 thousand miles on it and I was changing the thermostat and wrung one of the bolts off . I got the gooseneck off , a nub of the bolt is sticking out and I might can get the bolt out . But my problem is I need to turn the distributor to move I have let it soak over night in penatrateing oil and still want turn . Any suggestions

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What the blower matches the motor RPM"s ? Check for good power and ground . check selector/temp switch , see if it works proper .

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