I have a 1999 Honda Accord with 55,000 miles on it. Recently both the AC and the blower fan stopped working. The AC completely, the blower fan still works on high and auto high. Checked the fuses all ok. There is also a slight delay for the fan to kick on high or auto which was not there before. Again no AC! Please help
Open the hood, with the engine running, turn on the AC. Are both fans for the radiator running?
A blower fan that runs only on high usually means the blower resistor is faulty, but if this car has “automatic climate control” it could be lots of things.
If the refrigerant has leaked out of the system the AC compressor won’t work. This is a self-protection feature to prevent the compressor from destroying itself.
As with all AC problems, I suggest you take the car to a shop that specializes in automotive AC systems. These places usually do radiator work, too. Find one in your area and let them fix the AC.
In my opinion automotive AC problems do not fall into the DIY category. You need specialized equipment and knowledge to accurately diagnose and repair these systems.
Take your car to an expert.