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    Default AC Blower Turns Off Automatically [ Honda City 2000 ]

    Hi fellows,

    vehicle under consideration is a Honda City 2000, and problem runs like this when i turn on the AC on any speed of blower after like 10 minutes blower shuts off, and with it AC also dies and AC clutch dis engages, wait for like another 10 minutes and it will turn on automatically, like its been programmed to rest for some time, running and idle time of blower at start of season was long and now its been reduced to like 10 mins or even low. blower is installed with a relay, its a nissan one 4 pin blue color, today plugged in a toyota denso one for testing but same, AC system is not installed with pressure a switch. today also opened up the center console to have a look at blower speed selector switch but it didnt shown any signs of heat up sorta thing, grip was snug and shiny connectors apparently it seems good too.

    so guys have you faced such situation with hondas or have any clue to pin down the problem, feed back and suggestion are highly appreciated.

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    for @xulfiqar's eyes only

    and result was success, well almost, when i plugged the grip into the relay it refused to get in due to burnt connectors i took down the fuse box but didnt have easy access to remove and replace the relay and being stuck in too much stuff opened the engine compartment and removed a spare relay an plugged it in and it worked like a charm, will replace the original relay with appropriate one some other time.

    thanks all for support and suggestions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fahadwizz View Post
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    i was scared that this might have something to do with the engine "detail" we did

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