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How do I change the a/c accumulator?

I would like the location and process of changing the accumulator.

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You will need a garage to discharge the system.you will need a haynes repair manual to locate the accumulator .the manual will tell how much 134 refrigerant put back in system and refrigerant oil to put back in. you will need a vacuum pump to pump system down before charging it up.WARNING WHEN WORKING ON AIR CONDITIONERS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES.THE REFRIGERANT 134 CAN DAMAGES EYES .VERY HARMFUL TO INHALE.

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Where is the accumalator located at and what does it do


An accumulator is a physical component in an auto's air-conditioning system. It is made of metal and is cylindrical in shape.

It is similar in shape, yet larger- than the a/c system's receiver/drier; which is another important component to a car's air conditioning system.

The accumulator is connected to the evaporator outlet, on the low-pressure side of the system.

[Whereas, the receiver/drier is located on the high-pressure side of the a/c system and can be connected directly to the condenser; or between the condenser and the expansion valve; and it serves a totally different function than the accumulator. 1.) it acts as a temporary storage container for oil and refrigerant when neither are needed for system operation; hence the name, receiver. 2.) it contains a filter that can trap impurities that may be inside the A/C system; and 3.) it contains desiccant to absorb moisture (humidity) that may have gotten inside the A/C system]

Anyway, the accumulator's primary function is to store liquid refrigerant that is exiting the evaporator, to prevent it from reaching the compressor. If liquid refrigerant were to enter the compressor, it could cause damage, as the compressor is not designed to pump liquid, only vapor.

The accumulator also allows the refrigerant the time to warm up and change from a liquid to a vapor, before being drawn back into the compressor.

An accumulator also serves as a temporary storage container for oil when the oil is not needed by the system and like the drier, it too contains desiccant and a filter.

It is recommended that both be replaced in the event the system is opened to the environment during the servicing or repair of the car's a/c system

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http://home.roadrunner.com/~brad.bedell/trans/accumulators.jpg

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