If you contact one of our tech service reps at 1-800-442-9637 they will be able to furnish you with an evaporator removal and installation procedure. I found a random bulletin board and it gave me these directions. Pretty much proving only that you don't understand how specific information can be used to avoid a specific problem and that your self worth is somehow attached to your internet activities. The expansion valve is then right there. Very easy to take off. I have to replace the Expansion Valve, after just replacing the compressor last week! Subreddits you may also enjoy: Hi.
I cleaned it… It's under the throttle body. Those are the years I'm looking at. If she pushed on the gas just a little it would stop. She drove it 2 or 3 times and when I got home it was blowing warm air and was way overcharged when I put my guage on it. Yes, that's pretty much the procedure.
Well my genius brother came over and told her the freon was low. Does anyone know if they ever found a technical fix for this? Your headlight fluid probably does not need to be changed. The only difficulty is that the air… I had a similar situation with my 2000 Accord. I'm going to keep researching until I have determined that an actual fix was made or not. If you contact one of our tech service reps at 1-800-442-9637 they will be able to furnish you with an evaporator removal and installation procedure.
Technical posts are welcome here however. The illustration in the factory service manual of the evaporator looks like the valve might be an integral component of the evaporator. If anyone knows of subreddits other than for automotive mechanical support, please message the mods so we can add it! Honda has made… the pcv valve is located on the valve cover, on all hondas. I am not avoiding those years. Note that this subreddit is unofficial, and you may get responses from anybody. Glad i spent 35 bucks on that! A coil I can do myself. The class action lawsuit that covered this issue had a payout of 40 million dollars.
Further research reveals that the problem may be present in years later than 2005, or later than 2007 so the uncertainty continues. Hint 2 - the Prius wins the repair costs model by a freakin' mile. There is a special tool for that you can buy from your Honda dealer, or you can pay them… Don't know, but if you check the drivers side door there is a sticker that has those specifications on it. Just trying to save myself another headache! Open up the trunk and look under the mat to the left. Everyone knew that coming in. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
Yeah, I know nothing about cars. You unplug the temp sensor, unbolt the refrigerant lines where they go thru the firewall and yank out the evaporator assembly. Like I said in my last response, call one of our tech service reps and they'll be able to furnish you with some additional information regarding evaporator removal, which includes a few illustrations. I told her I would check the idle when I got home. Hi redwards69, I looked in the Honda factory service manual and they don't have a replacement procedure for the expansion valve. Tell me how many times you've swapped out a head during a 24 hour enduro in a downpour.
The brake, battery, and door lights all came on and stayed on. Thanks for all your help! I did a little research online and then called my dealer's service department to verify. You did say alldata and my haynes online manual had instructions for removing the evaporator? Neither does Mitchell On Demand or AllData. I evacuated it until it was right. So Can someone give me some guidance on how to do this, where its located.
On a V6 it is at the front, just right of center on top of the intake maifold port and under the black plastic cover that is held on by two plastic screws. Please if your submission gets removed or marked as spam. Go to auto zone and have the codes read. Hi redwards69, I looked in the Honda factory service manual and they don't have a replacement procedure for the expansion valve. I am looking for the specific info about any technical info about a fix that was done to prevent this issue or to replace the compressor which seems to be the root of the problem. . Then he put 134a in the system without a gauge.