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New AC A/C Receiver Drier Desiccant Bag Header

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Receiver-Drier and Accumulator

The Receiver-Drier and Accumulator are tank type devices that have nearly the same external appearance. The functions of the two devices are somewhat different however.

The Receiver-Drier store a refrigerant reserve to ensure a constant liquid supply to the expansion valve. A strainer and drying agent (called desiccant) are inside the receiver drier to remove moisture and clean the refrigerant.

The function of the accumulator is to catch and trap liquid refrigerant from the evaporator to protect the compressor. The accumulator also contains a strainer and desiccant for refrigerant cleaning and purification.

Some late model cars have the receiver drier build into condenser and sometimes the desiccant bag can be replaced by itself.

Your AC System has either an Accumulator or a Receiver-Drier, not both.


To verify fitment please see compatible vehicles link at the top of the page.

Please double check any notes there may be more than one option for the same vehicle.

If you have any doubts please feel free to send us a message

Additional parts you need to have replaced:

  • Condenser
  • Expansion Device

Why is it important to replace those parts?

Visit our FAQ sectionhere

Don’t Forget To Have Your System Flushed

Flushing is the best way to get old oil and any solid contaminants when replacing any of the parts of an automotive air conditioner system. When a part fails, for example your A/C compressor, debris and possibly metal shavings may be present in the system. Failure to flush the system will introduce the debris into your new parts and shorten the life of the parts dramatically. Failure to have your system flushed will void yourwarranty


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We make every effort to ensure that your shipment will arrive in impeccable condition. All shipments are insured at no additional cost.

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About Us Hey everybody, first off we would like to say thank you for showing some interest in our company.

Our Company was founded in 2010 in Arlington Texas; Robert, Carlos and Jorge worked in the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)/Customer Service for 10 years. With all of us being car enthusiasts, we showed a lot of passion and excitement with anything associated with automobiles. Another thing that we all had in common besides the love for automobiles is how we treated people. We were all known for our upmost respect for people no matter what stressful situation we encounter. So we decided to use these characteristics to help us build our foundation for our company and with our knowledge/experience (HVAC) we believe that we can be a great company that stands out from the rest.

When we decided to start Comfort Auto we had 4 goals in mind:

  1. Always to try our best to help our customer’s needs.
  2. Show the upmost respect to our customers no matter what situation.
  3. Offer the highest quality aftermarket/OEM parts at a great price.
  4. Ship all orders within 24 hour time frame.

Keeping these goals is our top priority for Comfort Auto in order to earn our customers trust and also for future customers. With these goals in mind and knowledge, our standard is to catch any premature/defective parts before shipment. At Comfort Auto we test our entire Auto Parts for quality and standard measurements. The results are outstanding; the percentage is less than 1% defect. With these great results we can offer the cheapest price possible since we don’t have to worry about returning defective Parts.

Since customer service is our upmost concern and goal I hope we can reflect that in our responses and thanks to all of our customers for taking the time to review our store! We will continue the drive to be the best in customer service. Returns and Exchanges Your satisfaction and happiness is our main concern when you buy with us, even if it means returning it. We understand it's sometimes necessary to return or exchange an item so we make it hassle free. So all uninstalled parts can be returned with no re-stocking fee within 30 days of the original purchase just please send it back in the same condition it was received - new and uninstalled.

All Comfort Auto’s A/C Parts is covered for a full one year from manufacturing defects.

Please keep the following in mind as it applies to your warranty.

  • Flush the System
  • Add the Correct Amount of Refrigerant Oil.
  • Replace the Accumulator or Drier
  • Replace the Condenser (if applicable)
  • Replace the Expansion Valve or Orifice Tube Install an in-line filter

Failure to do the above may cause system failure and void Compressor Warranty Click here to see Warranty Policy _gsrx_vers_486 (GS 6.5.1 (486))

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