Question about 2007 Acura RDX
Erratic ac functioning during summer, will not cool enough.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the refrigerant level a low charge will do this due to only half of the evaporator is working from low charge
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Navigation has no relevence at all. but what does is the vent system in the dash.there is a flap inside the vents under the dash it sounds like it is not moving on the passengers side.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
SOURCE: The air conditioner in my
To be honest, I am not exaclty familiar with this model, but it sounds very similar to many vehicles which have dual climate control. Because of this there are various blend doors (for front/rear or left/right dividers in the ducting) inside the duct work under the dash, it is possible that one or more is simply sticking. You may also want to check for a kink or any sort of gunk/gummed build up on the control cables also.
Also an important area of concern and the first step I would check is, to locate all your vehicles fuse panels. As the fuse may burn out on one side while the fuse controling the other is fine.
If all fuses look fine, at a bare minimum try to reseat them properly. making sure none are even slightly sitting tilted in their sockets.
Hopefully you have found this helpful
Good Luck and Happy Motoring
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
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