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  • The compressor pressurizes and circulates the refrigerant in the system.


  • The condenser releases heat from the refrigerant, converting it from a gas to a liquid.


  • The evaporator absorbs heat from the cabin, causing the refrigerant to evaporate.


  • The expansion valve or orifice tube regulates the flow of refrigerant into the evaporator.

Expansion Valve or Orifice Tube:

  • Refrigerant is the substance circulating through the system, absorbing and releasing heat.


  • The blower motor circulates air through the HVAC system and into the cabin.

Blower Motor:

  • Ductwork directs the flow of air, and vents distribute conditioned air into the cabin.

Ductwork and Vents:

Air Conditioning and repair

  • If the refrigerant level is low, it can be recharged. However, identifying and fixing the cause of the leak is crucial to prevent further issues.

Refrigerant Recharge:

  • A malfunctioning compressor may need to be replaced to restore proper function.

Compressor Replacement:

  • Damaged condensers or evaporators may require replacement to ensure efficient heat exchange.

Condenser or Evaporator Replacement:

  • A faulty expansion valve or orifice tube can impact the flow of refrigerant and may need to be replaced.

Expansion Valve or Orifice Tube Replacement:

  • Identifying and fixing refrigerant leaks is essential. This may involve repairing or replacing damaged components like hoses, seals, or the condenser.

Leak Detection and Repair:

  • If the blower motor fails, it may need to be replaced to restore proper airflow.

Blower Motor Replacement:

  • Regular replacement of the cabin air filter is essential to maintain air quality and prevent odors.

Cabin Air Filter Replacement:

  • To address unpleasant odors, cleaning and disinfecting the evaporator and ductwork may be necessary.

Cleaning and Disinfecting:

Car Air Conditioning Repair Procedures:

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