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So this just started happening today. Just about to hit 38,000 miles on it and the AC is starting to act up. It seems like it happens whenever the RPM get above 2000 but it also has happened at lower rpm. I'm not entirely sure what to think here. It runs fine when you turn the car on, but if it goes off while driving its staying off until I stop and turn the car off and on again. Basically it feels like the clutch disengages the compressor as I can feel a sudden boost in power whenever it shuts off. Once it's off, the automatic climate control system won't let me turn the recirculate button on. I can turn the AC on/off but it doesn't seem to do anything. Any ideas? I checked the systems pressure and it looks fine but beyond that IDK what to do.
 

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Wow I'm surprised nobody has posted anything WHATSOEVER in this forum, including my thread....

Anyways I took it to the dealer after testing the pressure and looking for any debris in the radiator and checked the cabin air filter and couldn't find anything, so I was guessing it must be some electrical fault or a faulty compressor/clutch/coil/something electric...

Dealer diagnosed it as a faulty circuit in the compressor or something to that extent. System was showing trouble codes "B2999 (Compressor delivering valve)" and "B2990 (A/C Compressor Driving Circuit)"They have to replace the compressor.

Lucky me its covered under warranty, but not so lucky me, the part is on "nationwide backorder" and they said they won't know how long it will take until tomorrow. I have the codes too if anyone
 

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I’m having the same issue with my 2012 civic hybrid, dealer wants about $350 just to diagnose it, you did yours back in 2016 looks like did it cost the same?
 

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The OP hasn't been seen around here in about 3 1/2 years.
 
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