My car's A/C didn't work for 2 years. Right now I have just gotten a
baby and decided to repair A/C. The shop probably will change
Compressor with Clutch, dryer and expansion valve.
My question is:
Do evaporator and condenser fail a lot like a compressor in A/C
system?My car is quite old (1993) and A/C has not used for a long time.
On 13 Jul 2005 20:27:57 -0700, yijun firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The evaporator core and the condensor rarely fail, and if they do its
usually a leak of some type. It would be a good bet to change the
accumulator and orfice tube. The compressor is the mechanical part
in the system so its usually the failure point.
IF the system holds vaccum and the condensor and evaporator are not
damaged then one assumes they are good.
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