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A/C Condensers cool hot, high-pressure gas from the compressor and turns it back to its liquid form. The liquid is circulated back into the system so it can absorb the heat inside the vehicle. Another one of its important functions is to collect debris, oil, and excess trash coming from the compressor. This protects the other parts of the A/C system from being contaminated.
When should you repair or replace your A/C condenser?
Just like any car part, the condenser is subject to wear and tear. Since it is usually located under the vehicle’s grille, flying objects, road dirt, excess compressor trash, and oil all affect its cooling performance.
Here are some signs that will tell you that it is time to replace you’re a/c condenser:
- Your A/C is blowing warm air instead of cool air.
- Physical damage like dents and leaks due to flying objects
- The presence of rust and corrosion on the pipes and body
- Black Death (black goo contaminating the A/C compressor)
- Broken expansion valves, hoses, and clogged orifice tubes
A/C Condenser Service
- Flush Out & Test
- Repair A/C Condensers
- New A/C Condensers