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AC compressor not turning on

  • 2002 HONDA CIVIC
  • 1.7L
  • 4 CYL
  • 2,000 MILES
Have a problem with my AC. I have checked everything from the relays to the compressor all seems to work. Fans all seem to work, but when I turn on the AC does not turn on the compressor. I replace the fuse box under the dash, checked all the relays replace the heater control thing and AC button return the AC on rear defroster. Still getting nothing. Looking for ideas what to try next.
have the same problem?
Thursday, August 9th, 2018 AT 8:54 AM
Good afternoon.

You need to check for voltage to the compressor first to see if it is getting voltage.

If it is, it may be a compressor clutch failure.

If it does not then need to start with verifying voltage from the fuses to the relay.

Check the two fuses listed in the diagram for power. If there is, then go to the relay and verify power to the relay with the key on. There should be two terminals that have voltage.

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Thursday, August 9th, 2018 AT 10:53 AM
I have tested the relays and did a jumper wire and the clutch comes on. He hold it there it will start cooling I just cannot get it to turn on when I turn the AC button on on the inside of the car.
Friday, August 10th, 2018 AT 8:01 AM
I have tested all fans come on.
Friday, August 10th, 2018 AT 8:02 AM
No, you missed my point completely.

I did not say to jump anything. I said to check for power to the relay to be sure there is power. You need a test light or voltmeter to check these voltages.

Please re check and let me know.

Friday, August 10th, 2018 AT 2:05 PM
Where would you start checking for that at? I am a pretty new mechanic just trying to figure this out. Appreciate your help.
Saturday, August 11th, 2018 AT 7:38 AM
I took the relays out checked for power. There is power on each one then you turn the key on and then another tablet power on each one.
Saturday, August 11th, 2018 AT 1:22 PM
Which relay did you remove and test?

Can you post a picture of what you see?

Saturday, August 11th, 2018 AT 4:42 PM
I know this post was a year ago. Hope somebody will answer me thou. I have the same problem. There is power on each relay but when I turn the AC button on - nothing work.
Wednesday, August 21st, 2019 AT 3:27 AM
You are more than welcome to start a new question and I will be glad to help you.

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Wednesday, August 21st, 2019 AT 11:57 AM
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2002 Honda Civic - A/C Compressor

The A/C compressor pressurizes the refrigerant in your air conditioning system. This pressure pushes the refrigerant through the rest of the system. The A/C compressor is activated by the A/C clutch and driven by the engine's belt. Over time, you may notice your A/C not performing as it should. If you hear squeaking or squealing sounds from the compressor or notice that your air conditioning isn’t blowing cold, check your A/C compressor. You may also be low on refrigerant, or the clutch may not be engaging as it should. When you’re ready to make your A/C system repair, visit O’Reilly Auto Parts. We carry A/C compressors, expansion devices, evaporator cores, and more for most cars, trucks, and SUVs.

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How much freon does a 2002 Honda Civic take?


2002-2004All Engines18.00
1996-2001All Engines23.00

How do you recharge a civic air conditioner?

The Civic’s refrigerant level, however, can be easily recharged using freon kits that are widely available at most major automotive retail establishments.

  1. Start the recharging process with any left over freon you may still have.
  2. Start the Civic and let the engine run until it reaches its normal operational temperature.

How much does it cost to fix the AC in a Honda Civic?

The average cost for a Honda Civic AC compressor replacement is between $1,007 and $1,061. Labor costs are estimated between $207 and $261 while parts are priced at $800. This range is based on the number and age of Honda Civic’s on the road.

Will an overcharged AC unit freeze up?

If the system is overcharged, part of the refrigerant cannot be evaporated, and the compressor will work with the refrigerant in liquid phase.

How many cans does it take to recharge AC?

There should be a permanent label on the under side of your hood or in the engine compartment with that info. Most common refrigerant is 134A. Depending on how much is still in the system you may need 1 or more cans . 3 cans average.

Do you charge AC with liquid or gas?

If you have a set of gauges, you can safely charge liquid into the low side. Just keep the low side gauge below 40 PSI while you charge. This will make the freon boil inside the charging line, it will be a gas by the time it enters the compressor.

Do you charge 134a as a liquid or gas?

Simply turn the cylinder or can upside down to charge as a liquid or leave it upright to charge as a gas. But never charge as a liquid if the low pressure port is on or near the compressor because it can slug the compressor as they are not made to compress a liquid, only a gas.

Is r134 gas or liquid?

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane – R-134a – is an inert gas used primarily as a high-temperature refrigerant for domestic refrigeration and automobile air conditioners.

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2002 honda civic a/c not working

The A/C circuit is fairly complicated on the Civic and includes a bunch of sensors and switches. Since you can ground the relay coil and the A/C works you can rule out a couple of things like the compressor clutch fuse, relay and wiring to the compressor clutch. Obviously the ECM isn't grounding the relay so let's start there and work backwards. I'll assume you don't have a scantool that can read live data or preform bi-directional control.

The ECM receives a message from the Multiplex Unit (under dash fuse box) when it receives a signal from the A/C compressor thermal protection switch. This (multiplex to ecm) is unlikely to have gone bad and would throw communication codes as well as other codes if it was.

So the thermal protection switch is up next. This is a fairly common failure item on Honda A/C compressors. If you follow the wiring from the A/C compressor there should be a plug with three wires. Two red and one blue, One of the red wires is for the compressor clutch the other paired with the blue wire is for the thermal protection switch. The blue wire leads to the multiplex unit. With the connector unplugged check for continuity. If there isn't any either replace the compressor or bypass the switch.

The thermal protection switch receives a signal from the A/C pressure switch on the red wire. If pressure is too low or high the switch interrupts the signal to the thermal protection switch. Without knowing A/C system pressure this is a guess as to whether the switch is good or bad. As an alternative you can bypass the switch temporarily.

The A/C pressure switch receives a signal from the Heater Control Panel (Connector A pin 4 @ heater control panel). And the Heater Control Panel receives a signal from the A/C on/off switch (Connector B pin 15 @ heater control panel, this looks like it should be 12v or 5v one of the two...). And it looks like the only other input into the Heater Control panel is from the Evaporator Temperature Sensor.

Given the age of the car and not knowing whether the compressor has been replaced before, the part most likely to have failed is the thermal protection switch followed by wiring and the heater control panel. Multiplex units can fail but this is rare.

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