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Old 21 Aug 2007, 12:49 pm
JesusPresley
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Default A/C Causes Shudder on 2000 Accord EX

I have the 2000 Honda Accord EX, around 100k. When I turn on the A/C
the vehicle shudders. It's not a crazy/exaggerated shudder, but as the
rest of the ride/driving experience is so smooth it is seemingly
unnecessary.

The timing belt should be replaced but the even when the A/C is not on
the timing belt doesn't seem to be a contributor. If it is, it's only
in a small way.

What could I do to start the process of troubleshooting besides
spending lots of cash?


Thanks in advance,

T

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