Air Conditioning System in Automobiles

You're stuck in traffic on an August afternoon and your auto air conditioning system is not up to the task. Sweat pours from your neck and runs down your back, turning your seat into a swamp of discomfort. Your legs feel like they’re stuck to the vinyl or grated by cheap velvet. Your hands are ready to slip from...

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Recharging Automotive Air Conditioning

You'll notice in the springtime, many car repair shops start offering deals on recharging automotive air conditioning, so it will be ready to handle the summer heat. But, what exactly is recharging the AC? Is it required, like a regular tune-up or oil change? Does my car AC really need to be recharged? Is this just a scam mechanics...

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Air Conditioning Low Pressure Side

The pressurized refrigerant flows as a liquid from the receiver-dryer into the expansion valve, where it can expand. With less pressure on the refrigerant, it can move into the evaporator where valves can sense the pressure changes and regulate the flow of refrigerant. These valve changes allow the system to operate more steadily, however, parts of the Thermal Expansion...

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