My Air Conditioning Just Went Out In My Civic Help

Posted in Internal Engine Parts | Asked on Jan 1, 2012

I have a 2000 Honda Civic, and the air conditioning just stopped working on the way home. It was working perfectly, then suddenly it started blowing hot air. Not just “less cold” air, I mean HOT air (it was probably 95 degrees outside). The engine was not overheated. Honda wants to charge $90 for a diagnostics test, and if it’s going to cost more than a few hundred dollars to fix we probably won’t fix it.

Has anyone had a similar experience and can estimate what’s wrong and what it would cost? If you need any further details, I’ll check back! Thanks!

There are 3 Answers for "My Air Conditioning Just Went Out In My Civic Help"

  1. Rich2481 says:

    Sounds like it is low on Freon and needs a recharge, there is a pressure switch on the compressor which shuts it off when pressure goes to low,, dont take it to a dealer, take it to a AC place,

  2. Man_with_koolaid_smile says:

    With the cost of R134a and equipment needed no one is going to fix one less the $100

  3. Tom says:

    Three really common problems with the Honda civic a/c system. 1. a/c condenser fan isn’t working 2. a/c condesner has a leak 3. low freon…90% of the time those are the three causes for A/C failure

Speak Your Mind

Tell us what you're thinking...
and oh, if you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!

You must be logged in to post a comment.