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Air conditioners work by cooling the air, taking out moisture and heat from it and then recirculating it as cool air. The A/C compresses refrigerant into high-pressure form and makes it liquid. The refrigerant then flows through high-pressure pipes to the condenser. The condenser is similar to a radiator. It introduces the liquid from outside to fresh air to absorb heat. Next, the liquid flows through the expansion valve/orifice tube. It is then restricted and transformed into a gaseous state for the low-pressure side.
There are many causes of car overheating. Overheating can occur when engine combustion temperatures rise to 2000°F or higher. This is a lot of heat. Routine maintenance can save you money on costly repairs, avoid roadside breakdowns, and help your vehicle run longer.
First, get rid of the clogged cabin filter. Sometimes the filter is difficult to reach and must be removed. For helpful and detailed instructions, refer to the owner's handbook if this is your first time. The cabin air filter may need to be removed from the car by disassembling it or taking off the covers underneath the dash. After that, you can replace the cabin air filter with a clean, new one.
The air conditioning system consists of three parts, the compressor, and the evaporator. The various valves, sensors, and other components connect these parts. The technician will need to nitrogenize the system. While this process isn't costly, it can take around an hour to complete at an average repair shop.
Bad odors are not something anyone likes about an A/C. There are two possible causes for A/C odors. The first is dirty or old cabin air. A moldy evaporator case could indicate more serious problems. There are many reasons an AC may not function properly, as we have already mentioned. One of these possible causes is a problem with one or more of the AC components.