Scott's Automotive Inc

112 Central Dr
Brandon, FL 33510
(813) 685-5958

Archive for Auto AC Repair – Page 2

Expansion Valve

The expansion valve is placed at the evaporator inlet tube. The expansion valve is used to control refrigerant flow into

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Fan Module

Engine overheating or poor air conditioning performance can be caused by an engine or A/C condenser cooling fan that fails

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H Block

On Chryslers, the expansion valve is called an “H block”. The expansion valve is placed at the evaporator inlet tube.

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Liquid Line

The liquid line runs from the condenser and fan through the drier and expansion valve and ends in the evaporator/blower.

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Air Conditioning Repair

Vehicles driven in Tampa Bay and Brandon FLorida need auto air conditioning repair more frequently than vehicles that are being

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Orifice Tube

The orifice tube, probably the most commonly used, can be found in most GM and Ford models. It is located

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Air Conditioner Hoses

Auto A/C hose assemblies usually include long sections of tube that are routed to fit around other obstacles under the

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R134

Auto AC repair is quite similar to an ordinary air conditioning unit repair. Any system that lowers temperature basically works in the same

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Air Conditioner Valves

The expansion valve is placed at the evaporator inlet tube. The expansion valve is used to control refrigerant flow into

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Recharge

When servicing automotive air-conditioning systems, vehicle owners generally have several options to recharge a/c systems with refrigerant. One option is

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