Last post on Feb 03, 2012 at 12:05 PM
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Acura MDX, SUV
#14 of 22 Re: No power/air to rear heating/AC 2003 MDX touring [outbackgirl200]
Apr 14, 2010 (9:01 am)
my blower also wont turn off after i replaced the thermal cutoff. Anybody has any idea why it wont turn off ? i get cold and hot air when i turn the temprature know. But the fan knob does not seem to control the blower anymore ?
#15 of 22 Re: No power/air to rear heating/AC 2003 MDX touring [usalian]
Aug 19, 2010 (4:12 am)
Just trying to help out here. If your front or rear A/C just stops blowing one day and had been cooling fine, then it might be the thermal cutoff inside the transistor assembly, which is a DIY project. There are instructions here, and even better ones at mdxers.org, at the Problems tab. My thermal cutoffs arrived yesterday from Digikey, and after soldering each of them in the assembly, both the front and rear A/Cs are back in business. If you cannot do the soldering, then even replacing the entire assembly will save you a lot of money over having the dealer install it. Hope it works out.
#17 of 22 MDX Heating issue
Oct 07, 2010 (6:06 am)
I have a 2005 MDX and just recently noticed when I put the heat on I get cold air from the front vents but hot air comes from the rear vents, I turned the AC off and it's the same, whether it is in Auto Mode or Full Auto mode? has anyone had this problem
Oct 28, 2011 (10:49 am)
Did you get an answer... I have a same problem with my MDX 2003. Please help. Thank you
#21 of 22 2008 MDX AC not working help!
Feb 02, 2012 (5:14 pm)
my AC is not working but when i get on the interstate and have to drive a good distance it will kick on and will blow cold air. when i am driving around town it just blows hot air. i checked all the fuses and they are good. the fans work fine when the AC is turned on but no cold air??? any ideas?...(out of warranty, ~108000 miles)
#22 of 22 Re: 2008 MDX AC not working help! [jpf125]
Feb 03, 2012 (12:05 pm)
If the engine/coolant is "tending" toward overheating the A/C compressor will be disabled.......sounds as if your radiator cooling fan(s) might be on the fritz.