Hey Scotty! Love your videos and have been paying close attention to the AC videos. I have a 2007 Honda Accord with a 2.4L under the hood. It has over 134,000 miles and unfortunately the AC does not work. Fans near the radiator turn freely and the radiator system is not overheating. Took it to a mechanic, not a dealership, and they connected their AC tester to it and said that the refrigerant was good. They also did a simple fuse test (one of those probe, light inside that connects to the negative battery terminal deals) and that came back negative for problems. I told the mechanic to start simple before assuming the compressor is the culprit. I am fully aware of the fact that Honda put the compressor in a really bad part of the car. The mechanic said they wanted to look into replacing the relays and I am comfortable with that. If I were to assume that there is an electrical or signal problem, what would you suggest I do?

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Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer

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change the relays and pray. But that age, often compressor is shot