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Old 27 Jun 2004, 05:49 pm
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Default CRV Air Conditioning Problem

I have a 97 CRV and for the last year when temps go above 90 degrees the AC
starts to cut out and blow hot air only. At the same time the temp guage
goes up and then after a minute or two the cold air kicks in. Have had
compressor replaced but no change, there seems to be some fan that does
not kick in but not sure what is real problem?

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Old 27 Jun 2004, 08:56 pm
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Default Re: CRV Air Conditioning Problem

dlt21 wrote:
> I have a 97 CRV and for the last year when temps go above 90 degrees the AC
> starts to cut out and blow hot air only. At the same time the temp guage
> goes up and then after a minute or two the cold air kicks in. Have had
> compressor replaced but no change, there seems to be some fan that does
> not kick in but not sure what is real problem?


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Does the level of the coolant in the radiator and the reservoir tank
match what the owner's manual says? If it's low, your thermostat won't
work right, your temp sensor(s) won't work right, your fans won't start,
and you'll start warping / cracking your head.

Any leaks on the driveway? (Plain water doesn't count)

'Curly' Reply to group

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Old 28 Jun 2004, 07:55 pm
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Default Re: CRV Air Conditioning Problem

I have checked both fluid levels and they are fine. There are two fans and
it seems one of them is the one that cuts out as temp goes above 90
degrees.

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Old 28 Jun 2004, 07:57 pm
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Default Re: CRV Air Conditioning Problem

levels are fine- no leaks

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Old 28 Jun 2004, 07:57 pm
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Default Re: CRV Air Conditioning Problem

levels are fine- no leaks

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Old 28 Jun 2004, 09:24 pm
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"motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com> wrote in message news:<40DF6CC4.4050909@interbaun.com>...
> dlt21 wrote:
> > I have a 97 CRV and for the last year when temps go above 90 degrees the AC
> > starts to cut out and blow hot air only. At the same time the temp guage
> > goes up and then after a minute or two the cold air kicks in. Have had
> > compressor replaced but no change, there seems to be some fan that does
> > not kick in but not sure what is real problem?

>
>


open the hood, when the a/c is on both fans should be running. are they?
Chip
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Old 28 Jun 2004, 10:01 pm
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"motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com> wrote in message news:<40DF6CC4.4050909@interbaun.com>...
> dlt21 wrote:
> > I have a 97 CRV and for the last year when temps go above 90 degrees the AC
> > starts to cut out and blow hot air only. At the same time the temp guage
> > goes up and then after a minute or two the cold air kicks in. Have had
> > compressor replaced but no change, there seems to be some fan that does
> > not kick in but not sure what is real problem?

>
>


open the hood, when the a/c is on both fans should be running. are they?
Chip
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Old 28 Jun 2004, 10:02 pm
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"motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com> wrote in message news:<40DF6CC4.4050909@interbaun.com>...
> dlt21 wrote:
> > I have a 97 CRV and for the last year when temps go above 90 degrees the AC
> > starts to cut out and blow hot air only. At the same time the temp guage
> > goes up and then after a minute or two the cold air kicks in. Have had
> > compressor replaced but no change, there seems to be some fan that does
> > not kick in but not sure what is real problem?

>
>


open the hood, when the a/c is on both fans should be running. are they?
Chip
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Old 18 Jul 2004, 07:17 pm
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Default Re: CRV Air Conditioning Problem - HAD SAME PROB, DEALER FIXED IT


THE DEALER FOUND THE A/C RAD FAN HAD INTERMEIITANT PROBLEMS, REPLACED
FAN, IT IS NOW AS IT WAS WHEN NEW. HAVE THEM TAKE BACK THE COMPRESSOR
IF I WAS YOU. HOPE THIS HELPS, SORRY FOR THE UPPER CASE TYPE.


On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 17:49:09 -0400, "dlt21" <dlt6109@dslextreme.com>
wrote:

>I have a 97 CRV and for the last year when temps go above 90 degrees the AC
>starts to cut out and blow hot air only. At the same time the temp guage
>goes up and then after a minute or two the cold air kicks in. Have had
>compressor replaced but no change, there seems to be some fan that does
>not kick in but not sure what is real problem?


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