Why did my car AC quit working?

Why did my car AC quit working?

There are several things that can cause electrical problems for your car’s air conditioning. These can include failed switches, a blown fuse, a problem with the control module or something else. Fuses can short out and make the A/C stop working or a loose connection can create an electrical short that is easily fixed.

Why does my AC in my car stopped working when I don’t move?

While there are a variety of reasons your car’s air conditioning might not be operating at top performance, the most common are a refrigerant leak, an electrical climate control issue, or a problem with the air conditioning compressor. Each of these can cause the AC to blow lukewarm or hot instead of cold air.

What was the problem with my 2005 Acura RL?

The problem is with the light ballast and it will run you from $500 to $1200 to repair. 2005 Acura Rl broke down within 10 miles of dealership immediately after purchase. Vehicle has electrical problems. On each breakdown, the sh-awd and vsa warning light illuminated at the same time.

How does the Acura RL keyless access system work?

When trying to use keyless access system when locking the 2005 Acura Rl I press the button on the door handle to lock the doors but it is not locking the car. The remote is in my pocket. The keyless acess does let me unlock the door with the pull on the driver door handle.

Why are my Acura RL headlights not working?

There is an intermittent safety issue with the active headlights on the Acura Rl vehicle. Occasionally, the headlights will shut themselves off during operation at night. Sometimes it’s just one and sometimes it’s both. This is an issue that has been brought to the dealers attention.

Why does my Acura a / C compressor stop blowing cold air?

Check to see if the A/C compressor clutch Relay is ok. Find the relay using the fuse-box diagram, and swap it with another relay in the fuse box. I have seen this problem more than once, all ending up to be a faulty relay. Click to expand… Hmm, I wonder if mine is on it’s way out.