OK. In a nutshell/simple answer, the expansion valve on this vehicle is located inside of the evaporator case, which is located directly behind the glovebox against the firewall. Now... I must ask: Are you going to attempt to change this valve yourself? This is not an insurmountable repair even for the mechanically challenged, who own little or no tools. However, the entire procedure (which involves all of the things any A/C repair does [capturing any refrigerant in the system correctly and legally, replenishing the proper amount and type of oil, recharging the system correctly with the proper type and amount of refrigerant, testing the system for proper operation and ensuring a leak-free system, etc.,]), including removal of the glovebox and the blower assembly and evaporator case, can be impossible if one is not trained and properly equipped. it can also be dangerous. My next question is: Why is the valve being changed? Is it restricted or is it intermittently restricting? Do you suspect it is leaking? Keep in mind that in rare (?) cases, the liquid line and/or the liquid line extension are actually where the restriction is (usually due to a ruptured drier bag). Changing the valve due to a restriction is likely futile if you are not also flushing the system (using an approved type of flush and adhering to the proper flush procedures [including disposal]) and replacing the receiver drier, since trash is, of course, the likely culprit for the valve problem in the first place. On and ending note, you should be aware (although I am not suggesting any action for this), that anytime an A/C system has developed a blockage or leakage, the compressor has likely been starved of oil (even on most modern systems which contain a low-pressure cut-off switch). Because of this, you should know that compressor failure may occur even if you replenish any oil lost or removed. Just a thought. If you do end up replaceing the valve, be sure to clean the suction tube surface before re-attaching the capillary tube and clean the o-ring seating surfaces, as they tend to get corroded on these types of units (and, of course, use NEW o-rings, with a little oil on them). Wrap the cap tube with 'tacky-tape'. This is important, and replace the thermistor in its original location, being careful not to damage it. Good luck SDIgroup
How do you change the ac expansion valve on a 2001 Honda civic
where is the iac valve on a 99 honda civic lx?
The expansion valve, on your 1998 Honda Accord, is located just before the thermostat housing. You can follow the water hose from the radiator to the expansion valve.
Take it to an a/c man. He has the knowledge and tools to do it.
Inside the evaporator case which is behind the glovebox
The expansion valve is inside the plastic box along with the evaporator core underneath the dashboard, right side.
The PCV valve of a Honda Civic is usually located on the upper right corner of the intake manifold. The position can vary, but this is typical of any automobile.
Idle on a 1985 Honda Civic is adjusted through a idle air control valve. This valve is located near the intake. Adjust the valve by either loosen or tightening it.
There isn't one.
Where is the PVC valve on a 2002 Honda Civic EX?
Locate heater control valve in a 2001 Honda civic
The 1983 civic, hatchback with 1.5 engine does not have one.
VALVE CLEARANCE FOR A 2000 HONDA CIVIC EX 2 DOOR
The expansion valve on a 1997 Honda Accord AC is located in line with the tube that supplies liquid coolant to the air conditioner vapor. It is mounted right beside the tube.
The AC receiver drier on a 1995 Honda Civic is on the high-pressure side of the system. It is between the expansion valve inlet and condenser outlet.
Pcv valve job on 95 civic
It's located next to the air box by the cam shaft.
The expansion valve is located under the dash. It is within the plasitc housing (box shaped) with the condensor coil. The plastic housing can be removed after taking out the glove box, metal cross bar, and disconnectng the wire harness that runs across the plastic housing.
The 1989 Honda Civic is not equipped with an EGR valve.
where is the expansion valve located
how do you replace the expansion valve
The idle speed on a 2001 Honda Civic is adjusted through the idle air control valve. The valve is located behind the intake manifold. Open the cover using a screwdriver and tighten the valve to lower the idle.
On a 1985 Honda Civic, the PCV valve is situated on the firewall side of the engine. The valve is connected to the rubber hose.
its located between the intake and exhaust manifold to the left side of the hood.
They didn't make and Si in 1998. The PCV valve is on 1998 Civic SI's are located on the bottom of the intake manifold. It is acessed from the bottom of the car, you have to remove the oil filter to reach it.