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post #1 of 5 Old 05-17-2017, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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2015 accord sport a/c problems

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My name is john and I have a 2015 accord sport with air conditioning problem, the passenger side is blowing hot air but the drivers side works fine, we have checked the blend/ door motor and that dosen't seem to the issues, I read other post where they have mentioned adding freon and that it could be low( does seem low but I have my doubts) but I just wanted to see if others here has had the same issues and if so what did you do to resolve this problem. Thank you all for your time and God Bless.

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Coolant level, refrigerant in the lines, pressure of refrigerant in the lines, blend door faulty, and slow leak from a damaged condenser (search for gutter guard modification to protect condenser).

Start with coolant level.

Have you had the car serviced recently?

Is it still under warranty?

You should not be low on refrigerant, unless there is damage such as a stone puncturing the condenser. A/C systems with good integrity don't lose refrigerant.

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Hey what's going on RickBkaine, thanks for your response. could the condenser be at fault even though the drivers side blows cold air, the coolant level is fine and the blend door is good as well. Thanks again for your time, peace.

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Hey what's going on RickBkaine, thanks for your response. could the condenser be at fault even though the drivers side blows cold air, the coolant level is fine and the blend door is good as well. Thanks again for your time, peace.

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Are both climate zones in sync, or are you just adjusting the driver's side zone because they aren't in sync mode and controlled separately?
Just want to eliminate the simple.

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