The automotive air conditioning systems are of various types yet they all operate basically the same way. These devices employ the refrigeration cycle to be able to do their task in the vehicle. Vehicle air conditioners have a compressor which pumps the refrigerant. The heat from the warm air is being transferred to the said refrigerant. Low pressure in the evaporator coil makes the refrigerant evaporate into vapor along with the heat. Through this, car occupants are safe from the discomfort brought by the warm air inside the vehicle.

Just like the engine, air conditioning units also have the tendency to overheat. And any device that's capable of overheating has the risk of exploding or damaging itself. It is because of this that car air conditioning systems are outfitted with A/C condenser. The work of the A/C condenser is very much similar to the task of the radiator. It is usually installed in front of the radiator to make full use of the cooler air that passes through the grille and to benefit from the air delivered not just by the fan but also by the forward motion of the vehicle. The air collected by the A/C condenser will then be used to cool the refrigerant.

As the highly pressurized A/C refrigerant runs through the condenser, the air passing through the coil of the said component cools it. The refrigerant will then be turned back into a cool fluid as it passes the system's expansion valve and flows back through the evaporator. The A/C condenser contains two hoses from either end of the unit. Sometimes, foreign objects such as stone and other tiny debris that enter through the grille make a way into one of the high-pressure coils, thereby damaging the ac condenser.

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