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2009 Honda Accord AC light goes out

mdcarusomdcaruso Posts: 2
edited April 2017 in Honda
When I turn on the AC in my 2009 Honda Accord the green light on the AC button comes on. If I push the mode button, which only changes where the air flow comes from, for example, from the lower to upper vents, the green AC light goes out. I am still using AC, so it should stay on. I distinctly remember the day this started happening, but Honda is telling me that it is working as designed. I want to get it fixed before my warranty runs out, but I'd like some validation that this is indeed an issue someone else has encountered, so as I continue to discuss it with the dealer, I can tell them I am not the only one that's had the issue. Has anyone had the same issue?

Comments

  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,202
    Never heard of this. If the A/C continues to blow cold I know I wouldn't worry about it.

    Just wondering how an eight year old Honda can still be under warranty?
  • mdcarusomdcaruso Posts: 2
    It does work still except for the light, but why not get it fixed under warranty, I got the 8 year 120k warranty when I bought it. Timed it perfectly since 8 years is up in a month and I have about 119k on the vehicle.
  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,202
    OK, I get it! That must have been a very comprehensive warranty to cover something that small. By all means go for it! You paid for that warranty so why not?
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