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May 14, 2009


Since the 1940’s people have been able to ride in comfort the same as they have had the comfort of air conditioning in their homes and in extremely hot and humid climates have been able to enjoy the effects of air conditioning seamlessly, except for short walks between their home and car, and from their car to work. However, if something goes wrong with the auto air conditioning compressor the transit will be much warmer.

There are three primary components in a vehicle’s air conditioning system including the compressor, condenser, and evaporator. The compressor is a pump that pressurizes and circulates the refrigerant in the air conditioning system. The compressor also serves as one of the two junctions separating the high and low sides of the system. On the other hand condenser is a large heat exchanger located directly behind the grille. As part of the system’s high side, the condenser is used liquefy the high-pressure vapor discharged from the compressor. Like the condenser, the evaporator is also a heat exchanger consisting of tubes and fins. Unlike a condenser, which is designed to release large quantities of heat, an evaporator is used to absorb large quantities of heat. These diesel parts are connected by tubes and hoses to form a continuous path with two distinct sections: a high-pressure side and a low-pressure side. Indeed, they are really important parts of a car.

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