2012 Honda CRV AC

Asked by Jul 04, 2018 at 03:20 PM about the 2012 Honda CR-V

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I recharged the system. It works for a
while, the blows warm air.  Car also
pulsates when AC is running now. Blows
cold for a few minutes, then blows warm.
System is full according to the dial on the
refilling adapter hose.

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This just started happening to me. I had the recharge process done 2x and it didn't work. Finally brought it to the dealer. Needs a clutch replacement. I bought my 2011 CRV used in 2012 and also paid 2k for warranty. Warranty only covers the piece of the AC that is actually that broken (clutch). Will not cover the coil or compressor (so for another 1k out of my pocket I get all 3 pieces repaired). I'm so annoyed. will never buy a third party warranty again and am rethinking Honda in general for my next car. I've been reading on other forums about Honda CRV AC issues and the fact that they are not making this right does have me aggravated. My car only has 61k miles on it, all highway, all new england.

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