2000 Honda Accord A/C Switch

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Santech A/C Switch MT0359 for 2000 Honda Accord
$
38
99
  • Part # MT0359
  • SKU # 875208

Notes: A/C binary switch, Hi-low pressure cut-off.

  • PRICE: 38.99
  • Deactivation Pressure (psi): 454.0
  • Activation Pressure (psi): 28.0
  • Connector / Terminal Configuration: Spade

Santech A/C Switch MT0600 for 2000 Honda Accord
$
29
99
  • Part # MT0600
  • SKU # 167250

Notes: Engine cooling fan switch.

  • PRICE: 29.99
  • Connector / Terminal Configuration: Spade

Duralast Radiator Cooling Fan Switch TU197 for 2000 Honda Accord
$
31
99
  • Part # TU197
  • SKU # 152941

Notes: Engine Cooling Fan Switch. Located in thermostat housing. OEM #A93. Upper

  • PRICE: 31.99
  • Item Grade: OEM Standard
  • Thread Size: M18-1.5
  • Connector / Terminal Configuration: Female Connector / 2 Male Blade

Duralast A/C Switch SW1445 for 2000 Honda Accord
$
81
49
  • Part # SW1445
  • SKU # 341511

Notes: Front, Engine cooling fan switch. Located in cylinder head

  • PRICE: 81.49
  • Item Grade: OEM Standard
  • Thread Size: M14-1
  • Connector / Terminal Configuration: Female Connector / 2 Male Blade

Duralast Radiator Cooling Fan Switch SW1444 for 2000 Honda Accord
$
26
99
  • Part # SW1444
  • SKU # 233440

Notes: Engine cooling fan switch. On thermostat housing

  • PRICE: 26.99
  • Thread Size: M18-1.5
  • Connector / Terminal Configuration: 2 Blade

Valucraft A/C Switch TU197VC for 2000 Honda Accord
$
25
99
  • Part # TU197VC
  • SKU # 285479

Notes: Upper, Engine Cooling Fan Switch. Located in thermostat housing. OEM #A93

  • PRICE: 25.99
  • Item Grade: OEM Standard
  • Thread Size: M18-1.5
  • Connector / Terminal Configuration: Female Connector / 2 Male Blade

Facet A/C Switch 7.5196 for 2000 Honda Accord
$
34
49
  • Part # 7.5196
  • SKU # 701464

Notes: Engine cooling fan switch.

  • PRICE: 34.49

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Brian

in 3 months

The switch itself looks to be cheaply constructed, but is of a good quality. It works, and that’s all that matters. Also, when you plug it in, you’ll notice that the connector on the switch will probably crack. This is nothing to worry about as it does not sacrifice the inner functionings on the radiator fan switch. No need to turn on the A/C to keep the fans running!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Honda Accord SE 2.3L ULEV-VTEC

The switch itself looks to be cheaply constructed, but is of a good quality. It works, and that’s all that matters. Also, when you plug it in, you’ll notice that the connector on the switch will probably crack. This is nothing to worry about as it does not sacrifice the inner functionings on the radiator fan switch. No need to turn on the A/C to keep the fans running!

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Honda Accord SE 2.3L ULEV-VTEC