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Old 11-15-2012, 09:45 PM   #1
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Icon2 2004 Civic Hybrid A/C / Heater fan stopped working

Went to go to work this morning, and didn't realize until I was on the freeway (wondering why my windshield was still foggy) that I was getting no air out of the vents.

I've checked fuse #4 and the one in the box by itself under the hood. Both looked fine.

I came across some other threads here w/ the same issue, and it was recommended to run a DTC, and see what code was returned. Only problem is that the rear defroster switch on the hybrid is all the way on the left of the steering wheel, by the cruise control on/off switch. Holding that, the recirc button, and turning the key is going to require me to sprout a third arm. Or be much more nimble with my toes than I've previously tested myself to be.

Is the procedure for the Hybrid similar to the EX/LX/DX models, or is there a different series of buttons to push? I couldn't find anything while looking around. If someone has a link to a previous post on this, I would greatly appreciate it.
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Default Re: 2004 Civic Hybrid A/C / Heater fan stopped working

Have you checked fuse #14 under the dash? (assuming it's the same for Hybrid as the "regular" models. Fuse #14 is for the A/C Compressor Fan Relay, Blower Motor Relay, Condenser Fan Relay, Heater Control Panel, Power Mirror Actuators, Radiator Fan Relay, Recirculation Control Motor, Rear Window Defogger Relay.)

What about the blower motor relay? Have you checked, tested, or replaced it? It's in the fuse box under the hood.

Have you tested the blower motor?

Tested or replaced the power transistor under passenger side of the dash?

Tested the HVAC control panel?
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