I have a Honda Accord 2008.
I followed the Service Manual and identified that there is no continuity between the terminals of the A/C Pressure Switch. Since the refrigerant was only refilled last year, I plan to take a bet and order a new A/C Pressure Switch for replacement.
According to this article :
Typically, the A/C system does not need to be evacuated prior to removing the A/C pressure switch. This is because there is a schrader valve built into the switch mount. If you have any doubt as to the design of your system, consult the factory repair information before switch removal.
But I couldn't find any information in the Honda Accord Service Manual whether there is a schrader valve built into the switch mount.
Does anyone know the answer or where I can find that out?