Air Conditioners Online For Ford Cars and Trucks
Before cars came equipped with air conditioning people simply had to endure the heat. However, by 1969 over half of new cars being sold were equipped with built in air conditioning units.
The modern air conditioning unit has a compressor, condenser, and evaporator that cools down the air from outside, removes humidity, and then distributes the cool air throughout the vehicle.
The compressor is a pump controlled by a belt attached to the crankshaft that causes the compressor to pump gas into the condenser. The condenser cools the air down until it forms a liquid. Then the accumulator helps makes sure no liquid makes it through to the compressor. The evaporator, unlike any of the parts in the HVAC system, is located in the cabin of the vehicle instead of in the engine. The evaporator’s job is to absorb the heat.When all parts are working well and functioning properly, the car’s air conditioning kit will be capable of cooling the interior of a modern day car very quickly.
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