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Please watch this video I took of the problem.

The Service Advisor I took it to said this is actually "normal." He actually brought in another 2018 CRV (LX model - I have the EX) and it too was behaving in the same manner. I find it hard to believe anyone would find it acceptable to set their thermostat in the car to 72 and have it at 115°+. After telling the SA guy "how about I come talk to every person looking to buy a new CRV and ask them if they'd find this an acceptable scenario for air conditioning?" He then got his manager involved who was a lot less of a knucklehead and said they'd at least a couple hours in it and gathering data to investigate and forward to Honda directly for advice.

I have an appointment on this coming Monday the 5th to take it in and have them take a comprehensive look at it.

Anyone else experience this?
 

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Frayed wires down by the condenser where there is a plug. My son and I each have had the same problem with the air condition. Fixed under warranty. The local dealer here found it in a few minutes then replace the wire harness which required 2 hours. We have had no problems since. The wires look like old 24 gauge phone wires...very thin.
 

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Frayed wires down by the condenser where there is a plug. My son and I each have had the same problem with the air condition. Fixed under warranty. The local dealer here found it in a few minutes then replace the wire harness which required 2 hours. We have had no problems since. The wires look like old 24 gauge phone wires...very thin.
Could you clarify where this condenser and the wires are? Interior? Exterior? A general picture? Thx for the help!
 
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