Question about 2001 Suzuki Xl 7
If you have an XL-7 with a rear A/C outlet, there are two expansion valves. The dealer will more than happy to point them out. They are both just small aluminum blocks about the size of a pack of cigarettes. There will be two large tubes attached (cooling fluid going in and out) plus a small tube attached (to control the valve). I would think the front one is somewhere near the condensor (the radiator in front of the engine radiator). The rear one will be underneath the plastic interior hiding the rear A/C condensor. Sorry that isn't much of an answer. I bought a factory service manual set (5 volumes) but they're at the other house right now. Best $100 I've spent on this car yet. You should see the mechanics face when he realizes I've got a copy of the service page in question in hand and his bulls*** won't fly.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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