A/C Troubleshooting(part 1)of 2

Saturn S-series A/C Troubleshooting(part 1)of 2 Disclaimer: This video is not meant to be a definitive how to.Always consult a professional repair manual before starting your repair.I am not responsible for any problems that you might incur by watching or following this video.

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A/C Troubleshooting(part 2)of 2
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HOW TO FIX YOUR CARS AIR CONDITIONER IN MINUTES!
This is a video tutorial on how to diagnose and fix a AC System in an automobile. We cover how A/C works and what happens when it goes wrong, then how to fix it. How to Recharge a AC System Yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZrQCGwXfek Rather read this article? Here is the link! https://www.2carpros.com/articles/car-air-conditioner-not-working-or-is-wea k How to Jack up Your Car Safely: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLFn_bMkZc0 If you have any questions or just want to talk about your repair head on over to: https://www.2carpros.com/ If you have a car question ask it completely free at https://www.2carpros.com/questions/new *Disclaimer: Please use all safety precautions Local Forecast by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300010 Artist: http://incompetech.com/





How does a cars Air Conditioning system work?
Hey, In this animation I explain the basics of how a vehicles AC system works. I make reference to the pressure inside the system which is really important for the system to work correctly. On average you should have approximately 1.2 - 2bar (17 - 29 PSI) on the low pressure side and approximately 10 -15bar (145 - 217 PSI) on the high pressure side. This is with the system running. On a static system (off) you should measure approximately 5bar (72 PSI) of pressure on both the high and low pressure side. In natural form the AC gas R134a is a gas and has a boiling point of - 26.5oC at atmospheric pressure. A high pressure is used to change the state of the gas into a liquid. This is because a substance absorbs heat when its converted from a gas to a liquid. The refrigerant circulates in the closed circuit, continually alternating changing from a liquid to a gas and vice versa. The refrigerant is: Compressed in the gaseous state, Condensed through heat dissipation and Evaporated through pressure reduction and heat absorption. Cool air is not produced, heat is extracted from the air flow in the vehicle. All vehicle AC systems will lose some gas over a period of time and its recommended to have the system serviced regularly. I would recommend every 2-3 years. I hope you enjoy this explanation and if you have a question please ask.





Auto Air Conditioning Systems at a Glance
Auto Air Conditioning Systems at a Glance LINKS: http://www.autodiagnosticsandpublishing.com/TransTS.html http://www.autodiagnosticsandpublishing.com/CBT_Auto_Traning.htm Automotive Air Conditioning came about in the 1940's. Since then, technologies such as computerized automatic temperature control, which allow you to set the desired temperature automatically, have added a great deal of complexity to today's modern air conditioning system. Also we now have tough environmental regulations that regulate all tasks, such as recharging the system with refrigerant, evacuating and charging the PAG oil needed by the compressor. Al this due to scientific studies, that have proven the damaging effects of refrigerant to our ozone layer. Today's automotive technician is required to be certified to purchase refrigerant, and repair your air conditioner. The shop must also incur the cost of purchasing expensive dedicated equipment that insures the capture of these ozone depleting chemicals. Basic knowledge of your air conditioning system is important, as this will allow you to make a more informed decision on your repair options. Modern air conditioning or HVAC systems are composed of the following, COMPRESSOR, CONDENSER, EVAPORATOR, ORIFICE TUBE, EXPANSION VALVE, RECEIVER DRIER, or ACCUMULATOR. If your car has an Orifice tube, it will not have ... Get the whole story right here in this video... Enjoy...




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