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Just on this a/c pressure switch.

I've got an a/c problem, fault code P0533 Honda - A/C Pressure Sensor Circuit High Voltage.

I'll make a check on the connectors and continuity etc but if the pressure sensor needs changing, can this be done in-situ? Or does the system need to be bled first from refrigerant? Rumour has it that this sensor has a Schrader valve, so I'm thinking it should be an easy thing to do.

Anyhow, appreciate expert advice.
 

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Just on this a/c pressure switch.

I've got an a/c problem, fault code P0533 Honda - A/C Pressure Sensor Circuit High Voltage.

I'll make a check on the connectors and continuity etc but if the pressure sensor needs changing, can this be done in-situ? Or does the system need to be bled first from refrigerant? Rumour has it that this sensor has a Schrader valve, so I'm thinking it should be an easy thing to do.

Anyhow, appreciate expert advice.
to change the pressure switch all the gas needs to be taken out to do so..
 

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Hi, I'm afraid we don't have any of the technician manuals etc, hopefully some of your fellow forum members can help.

Thank you


Just on this a/c pressure switch.

I've got an a/c problem, fault code P0533 Honda - A/C Pressure Sensor Circuit High Voltage.

I'll make a check on the connectors and continuity etc but if the pressure sensor needs changing, can this be done in-situ? Or does the system need to be bled first from refrigerant? Rumour has it that this sensor has a Schrader valve, so I'm thinking it should be an easy thing to do.

Anyhow, appreciate expert advice.
 
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