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Honda Accord, Heating / Cooling, Sedan
#135 of 159 Re: - [tallman1]
Sep 04, 2009 (11:06 pm)
Thank you for finding that for me. I will be trying again soon. Hopefully this time I can get the light to come on so I can be sure it works.
#136 of 159 Re: - [tallman1]
Sep 04, 2009 (11:45 pm)
I followed the directions to a T and for some unknown reason my A/C button will not light up. Then when I go to verify if it worked or not the A/C light doesn't come on when I select defrost and turn the fan on.
I must be doing something wrong. Thank you for trying to help anyway.
Just so I can be sure "top vent" is the one with the arrow pointing at the face of the little stick figure? And not the defrost button that only shoots air out the top vents?
#137 of 159 Re: - [tankbeans]
Sep 05, 2009 (1:13 pm)
I'm sure dudley or grad will come along and give you a hand. I have the navi system so the hack won't work for me because of the different controls.
#138 of 159 Re: - [tallman1]
Sep 05, 2009 (9:24 pm)
Yeah I'm sure they will. Thank you for your response.
Now that I think about it dudley has an SE, I think, and grad has the EX. So I'm almost wondering if it only works on trim levels above LX. I went searching for an answer in some other forums and found directions very similar to the directions listed on this website with a slight modification, but they are for the Civic and the RSX. They said something about having 3 knobs instead of two.
Sep 06, 2009 (4:15 pm)
The climate controls are the same, but the unit is actually different, so I suppose that is possible. The LX (single CD) models have the old looking LCD, with the SE and EX having the white on blue look (6CD).
LX (coupe, but some CD player)
#140 of 159 Re: - [thegraduate]
Sep 09, 2009 (5:47 pm)
So I've been doing it the way it should be done and it still won't work. The recirculation button will flash, but the A/C button will not flash. I'm thinking that I will be preemptively replacing my battery since I'm pretty sure it's original and I had minor issues with it last winter and when I do that maybe it'll reset the car to default, maybe I've thrown it out of wack with all of my failed attempts.
I'm probably misreading something. I don't know how I could be, but user error is a big theme in my life . Dudley of grad if you can think of something that I may be missing please let me know because I'm going nuts trying to figure out why it won't work.
Thanks for all the help.
#141 of 159 Fan Switch, Accord Coupe EX-L '09, V6
Sep 15, 2009 (5:21 pm)
I can't seem to turn the fan switch on without the A/C engaging. Is there a certain trick to this? Again, I just want fresh air circulating at times and so hit the fan switch, but the A/C always comes on too.
#142 of 159 Re: Fan Switch, Accord Coupe EX-L '09, V6 [pat96]
Sep 16, 2009 (8:05 am)
Turn on the fan, then press the A/C button?
#143 of 159 Re: Fan Switch, Accord Coupe EX-L '09, V6 [pat96]
Sep 16, 2009 (12:47 pm)
I can't seem to turn the fan switch on without the A/C engaging.
Not sure how the latest generation works but you have the auto-climate controls so you would need to turn that off first. Then the fan should work without AC. Thegrad's version also works.
#144 of 159 Re: Fan Switch, Accord Coupe EX-L '09, V6 [pat96]
Sep 16, 2009 (1:17 pm)
I have a 09 EXL, after you hit the fan switch, you should see "A/C ON" on the display panel, if you the hit the "A/C" button once, you should see "A/C OFF" on the display panel, and your fan will be circulating unconditioned air at that point.