Does it feel too hot in your vehicle? Do you feel that your air conditioning is not cool enough? Bring it to our repair shop, here we can provide the following service:
Air conditioning check
Air conditioning repair
Air conditioning installation
Air conditioning parts
Your car’s engine is the power source for both heating and air conditioning systems. The systems also share other components, the following list shows the process of heating or air conditioning.
This is a pump that pressurizes and circulates the refrigerant through the system.
As the refrigerant flows through the condenser, it gives up heat and converts from gas to liquid.
3. Receiver/Dryer or Accumulator
This is where clean, dry refrigerant is stored as it circulates through the system.
4. Orifice Tube or Expansion Valve
This is a metering device that controls the flow of refrigerant through the system.
5. Evaporator Core
Refrigerant enters the evaporator core as a liquid. Heat from the air converts the liquid refrigerant back into gas, which cools the air before it enters your car.
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