what is the main problem about my air compressor.

Asked by Mar 17, 2017 at 06:34 PM about the 2007 Honda Civic Coupe EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i already filled up the gas for AC.
however, sometime the compressor turn on, at that time, it gave very cold
air. however, most of time the compressor turn off, and it gave the normal
temperature air. what is problem? the temperature sensor has problem?

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You most likely have a leak. Especially since you said you added R134a. The "air" will be warm and not cooled if not enough refrigerant is in the system and at the correct pressure. When the level or PSI gets too low, the cars systems disable the compressor to protect it. Have a competent AC shop diagnose the leak and repair correctly.

air compressor doesn't be influenced by the drive conditions. whatever drive condition was hard or not, it randomly worked or not. mostly, just gave normal air.

Oh! you means, it might not filled up correctly, or some leaking the air between these air conditioning system. right? actually, i already appointment in the Honda service center for this problem.

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