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Hey guys,
I just notice that I get no airflow in the cabin at all. I checked the cabin air filter and it's not clogged. Could it be the radiator fans? What could it be? This is the first time it happens to me. It's a 2007 accord manual 154K.

Thanks in advance.
Peter
 

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The two radiator fans have nothing to do with airflow in the cabin. Does your heater fan work? Have a bunch of leaves/needles blocking the intake (between the wipers)?
 

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Did you leave the air recirculate button on last time you used the heat or AC? That closes the vents.
 

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Thanks for the inputs guys.

I took my car to a local shop and they said it was the a/c fan resistor, it looks like a connector. They want $135 OTD. Does this sound right to you guys? I'm going to take it to another shop tomorrow morning and see what their opinion is.
 

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It is easy to replace and you could do it yourself.


The Honda part# is 79330-SDR-A01 and is $60 online. You can an aftermarket part for $27 and up and purchase them at most parts stores or online.

The price they are quoting seems reasonable, but do it yourself.
 

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I had the same part fail on my fanatically-maintained 2004 EX a few years ago, then with 100K miles. It was winter and I wasn't getting any heat in the cabin!

The dealership charged about $130 for the resistor replacement. I cannot do maintenance myself.
 

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It is easy to replace and you could do it yourself.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6ioJxAoF4M

The Honda part# is 79330-SDR-A01 and is $60 online. You can an aftermarket part for $27 and up and purchase them at most parts stores or online.

The price they are quoting seems reasonable, but do it yourself.
Thanks for the link Greg. That's what I'm planning on doing. I do have basic soldiering knowledge but no tool for the job. I'll just get the whole resistor.
 
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