Tire pressure monitoring system was acting up with tires at capacity.
A/C was kicking out warm air intermittently
ac blower only works on high speed. Needs resister and motor. Not in stock.
Ordered ac blower motor and resister parts installed.
Car has an electrical short that has been a chronic problem, and the dealer is unable to permanently fix the issue.
AC was not functioning properly. Mechanic found R134a low. Recharged and will monitor.
Stuck A/C button.
Lost fan speed 1-3. Replaced fan motor and resistor pack
Blower motor for air conditioner stopped working. Switch and motor replaced.
Blower motor making screeching/squeaking noise after 10-15 minutes of running. Replaced by dealer under standard warranty.
Excessive compressor cycling and insufficiently cold air. AC charge was tested, no leaks found and only slightly low. Diagnosed as bad compressor and blocked AC condenser.
AC compressor and condenser replaced, system recharged, seems to be working in spec (though too cold to know for certain). Parts were backordered for a month.
Blower motor and resistor had to be replaced per tsb.
heater/AC only blew on high. Blower motor and resistor replaced. Car out of warranty, but replaced at no charge.
The A/C is not working properly. After 40 minutes of driving it doesnt cool at all. The dealer couldnt replicated the problem but added coolant. Car still not cooling well. The weather is cool now so cant replicate problem at this time.
Heater blower motor only worked on high. Repaired and reinstalled blower resistor assembly.
Door locks were unlocking constantly while driving.
AC blowing warm air. System required a re charge.
Rear right power window motor assembly failed.
Did not replace. Still disfunctional.
A/C would only work with switch held in place. Replaced A/C switch and A/C compressor (additional problem found). Took longer than promised, due to shortage of parts shipped from Japan (at one point was told a month's wait)
The A/C Evaporator had a premature failure and had to be replaced. The warranty had expired. The cost was
$9.50 Leak Dye
Total Parts $519.40
Total Labor $288.00
Grand Total $807.40
Battery died and would not hold a charge. This was the original factory battery.
One headlight and one foglight
A/C started to fail on an extended road trip. Pearson Honda of Richmond VA recommended flush/recharge of entire A/C system. Successful. Repair took ~2 hours.
Battery died; tested ~20% of rated capacity. Replaced with 450 CCA battery
Was getting a musty / moldy smell when A/C is on. They sprayed something in the vents to "clean it" but I think it was just to cover it up. They said it was a normal / common issue and that nothing was in need of repair.
I had the software update done on the mpg monitor... which made the monitor more accurate.
blower only works in high, fuseable resistor replaced, might have replaced the blower motor blower only works in high, fuseable resistor replaced, might have replaced the blower motor. second time, about a month after the original repair.
blower needed replaced again due to blower motor fuse going out
on long trips the ac would stop working, thought the evap was freezing, it was due to low refridgerent
a/c switch has short - not repaired as they could not reproduce.
a/c switch had a short in it -- causing it to go off and on.
Gone dead four times. Starts with jump but the dealer can not get source of problem. I think it is faulty part in electrical system. Dealer said," "characteristic of short trip driving. Battery is used to start engine but charge never replenished."
Aux input to stereo fixed
TPMS monitoring system fault - reset under warranty
Horn would turn on and not stop. Dome light would not turn off in door mode.
The AC button on the dash would intermittently turn itself off. The problem was caused by a faulty AC button, which was replaced under the factory warranty.
Weak A/C cooling noticed. Freon measured .3 lbs low. Honda dealer refilled the system with Freon/dye mix. Been nice and cool since then.
Cycling compressor during the hottest part of the day. Reduced cooling from AC during these times.
My A/C blower motor stopped working all together. I replaced the blower motor resistor and the blower fan.
AC blower motor quit. I replaced it.
Back light for the rear window defroster stopped lighting up. Was told to replace the whole switch, not just a bulb. Parts were ordered. Switch was replaced under warranty.
A pretty minor problem I had with the fuel economy gauge overstating MPG averages 10-20%. This is common, I think, with 2009 Fits and there is a TSB that addresses it.
The battery went dead and was replaced under warranty.
The battery went bad for the 2nd time in less than 27000 miles.
A/C was getting weaker, so had dealer do a leak check. No leaks found but refrigerant was 50% low. Recharged and A/C is better now.
Battery failed. Replaced.
Replaced blower motor and resistor under Honda TSB. Replaced faulty stereo.
mpg avg on gauge was off by abount 12.8% - reflashed ecm to get gauge closer to calculated mpg
Burned out blower motor resistor
Problem with the driver door electronic lock actuator not always engaging/disengaging. Dealer repaired/replaced lock actuator.
The HVAC motor stopped working in speeds 1 and 2. Only speed 3 worked.
air conditioner cuts out after approximately 40 minutes of driving. will not come back on until after 15 minutes of turning off.
AC compressor failed and needed to be replaced.
A/C didn't work. There was no fluid. Replaced fluid without finding the leak.
AC fluid was mysteriously low.
Rear wiper stuck, had to replace complete rear wiper assembly.
Had to recharge AC since it was pushing warm air. I suppose this is normal for a near 200K Km car.
Window motor failed.
Measured gas mileage consistently 10-12% lower than my 2009 Honda Fit reported. Dealer used Honda TSB 09-086 to update the "PGM-FI" software. Now reading is very accurate.
Drivers side headlight bulb (lost high beam, DRL).
AC/Fan only worked on highest setting. Diagnosed by owner as blown motor blower resistor, confirmed by shop. Part ordered that day. Billed to extended warranty provider.
return trip to install new motor blower resistor
Alternator on fritz,battery had been weak for 6 months. Replaced both with new myself. Note: Honda wanted $1050 for a new alternator. Bought this one instead from an aftermarket supplier. Battery: $120(Napa) Alternator: $370. Tax incl.
Needed a new battery at 40K
reflash of the computer to correct the mileage calculation
Air conditioner recharge
Blower motor and resistor replacement done at home. Blower would only run on high (common issue)
Blower motor became loud. Replaced with a salvage unit from eBay and took my shop half an hour labor.
Flashed computer to fix MPG on dash display consistently overstating MPG achieved by 7 - 10% compared to old fashioned miles driven/gallons pumped.
HVAC blower motor and resistor needed replacement as HVAC would not blow in speeds 1-3, only 4.
Condenser was found to be punctured by a road hazard (debris). Condenser was replaced and system recharged.
Blower fan became unreliable. Replaced blower motor and resistor.
Mileage computer inaccurate. Reprogrammed per service technical bulletin. Will take some time to verify accuracy.
Fan speed control resistor failed. Honda had a published TSB 09-097 for this, but the dealer refused to honor it. Fan blows resistor, so it too requires replacement.
Replaced resistor and fan myself, with wholesale parts.
Coolant in air conditioning system leaked out. Recharged system without repairing/addressing leak.
Very slow starting in cold weather. Battery showed only 60% capacity when tested. Replaced battery.
Hypersenstive alarm, car sold without fixing it.
HVAC blower motor and blower motor resistor failed and had to be replaced. This must be a common problem; there's a bulletin for the issue. Car just went out of warranty to it was 100% customer pay.
Blower motor making whine noise on Fan Speed 2
Total A/C system replacement. Some parts covered under warranty from previous repair Lost fan speeds 1-3. I installed a new resistor. A/C compressor failed. At the time of the failure I had the option of waiting 1 month for an OEM part or getting a NAPA compressor installed immediately. It was July in Arizona so I chose to have the NAPA part installed.