After a little research I found out that the registers for all the vents are opened by vacuum hoses. After checking all the vacum hoses I could find, one hose in engine bay had been severed when a new battery was installed and pinched the hose between the battery and the battery tray...one small piece of hose later, and all is working great.
try the head gasket.
Need more info like, is the blower working or not, is the air coming out cold or warm when it should be hot, is the air not coming out where it should be.
There is no heater blower is a Honda. The heat created on the air condition system is heated up through a heater core. If there is no heat coming out then the heater core will be the culprit.
If the noise is a squeaking sound, it could be coming from the bearings in the blower fan. It could also be coming from a worn bushing or bearing in the blower motor.
Check all the fuses and relays first. If they all appear to be in good working order, then you'll have to get to the blower motor. Could be a short or the motor could be bad.
Need to know if the blower is working or not or, the air coming out is cold or warm or hot or, the air (hot or cold) is only coming out the defroster.
look in your service manual for blower motor resisters. they are typicaly what goes bad and stops the blower motor from running. i dont know where they are in your vehicle
if no hot air is coming out in park or stopped but little is when goin but faster you go harder it comes out its the blower motor
If the heater fan works on all speeds, then the blower motor, blower fuse, blower relay, and blower motor resistor pack are all good. If the fan runs but nothing comes out of the vents, you have a 'mode door' issue (which might include a bad control head).
The Blower Motor is on the Passenger side, just under the dashboard. It's round, and has a two wire plug coming out of it. If you are having problems with the Blower, it could simply be a loose connection on the plug. Wiggle the wires with the Key ON, and the Fan switch turned On, and see if it starts working.
Possible leak in the water recirculating system ... or ... the engine thermostat is now working correctly and needs replacement,.
He sees the snow blower coming.
Need to know if the blower is working or not and if the air coming out is hot, warm or cold.
I have experienced the same problem a couple of times recently. I have no idea what this might have been, but it definitely sounded like a leaf blower and it happened twice when engine was at normal operating temperature. At first, I thought the noise was coming from outside (somebody using the blower), then, when I realized it is coming from under the hood I stopped and checked. However, I could not pinpoint the problem. Did you get this resolved and /or look at? Please share your experience.
Vacuum hose that runs over the thermostat housing is leaking at that location.
A vehicle air conditioner has two basic components; the compressor, and the fan, or blower. If the compressor is working, the air coming out of the vents will be cold, but if the blower is not working, the air will not come out very fast. Hot wire the blower to the battery, to bypass any fuses or switches, and see if the blower will run. If it does, but will not run when connected normally, check the fuse for the blower. If it is good, you would be wise to take the vehicle to an automotive electrical specialist to have them troubleshoot it.
Can you feel anything coming out of the vents. Also if you turn on the dial that controls the speed of the blower, and you dont feel anything coming out then you need a fuse or blower motor or mabe a resister for the blower motor. I would have to say that 8 out of 10 times its usually the blower motor resistor. Hope this helps
Blower motor may be burning out.
Bad blower motor? Blown blower motor fuse? Bad fan switch? Bad blower resistor pack?
even my fb is not working it is coming like
Heater core leaking?
under the dash on right side next to blower moter it has a connector containing 7 wires going to it and 2 wires coming straight out of it going to the blower motor
The brake lights not coming on could either be a blown fuse or the stoplight switch located on the brake pedal mount could be bad. The blower fan stopping on high but working on the rest is likely the blower motor resistor going bad.
The Freon probably needs to be recharged. Any repair shop should be able to do this. They should also test the system for leaks to see why the Freon leaked out to begin with.
If the blower works on the defrost mode only, you could have a disconnected vacuum supply line coming from the engine. If the blower motor doesn't work on any mode or speed you could have a blown fuse, burned out blower motor speed resistor, bad switch or a bad blower motor.