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Where is the ac expansion valve located


The expansion valve is always located at the evaporator core inlet and outlet pipe.

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95 Buick evaporator coil


It depends on the problem. Either you don't have enough air passing thru the evap core, or the level of freon is not right, or there is a restriction in the ac lines.
A mechanic would use a set of pressure gauges to check freon flow.

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Our front ac is not working and back is cold in our 1999 GMC suburban, we tried putting freon and it didn't work


Dual zone front/rear ac systems have 2 evaporator cores. And 2 orifice tubes, which are just inline
filters. Either your front evaporator core or orifice tube is probably stopped up.

Sometimes you can get to the evaporator cores without removing them from the vehicle, and clean it.
Evaporator cores do get stopped up sometimes, because the blower motor pulls in air with dust and debris from outside, and the air is cooled when it passes through the evaporator core.

But evaporator cores are a nightmare to replace, you usually have to remove lots of stuff under the dash and lots of stuff under the hood to remove them.

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Excessive amounts of water is leaking into my front passenger seat


if green or orange in color you have a heater core leak. If its stagnant water it is from a plugged up drain tube in the evaporators core housing

Sep 02, 2010 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How To Replace The Heater Core In A 1997 Ford Thunderbird LX


Heater Core Removal
  1. Partially drain the cooling system.
  1. Remove the tube gasket from the heater core tubes.
  1. Remove four heater core access cover retaining screws and remove the access cover from the A/C evaporator housing (19850).
  1. Remove A/C electronic blend door actuator.
  1. Slide heater core (18476) and seals from the A/C evaporator housing.
Installation
  1. Install the heater core in the A/C evaporator housing with the tube gasket on the outside of the case.
  1. Install A/C electronic blend door actuator as described.
  1. Position the heater core cover on the A/C evaporator housing. Install the four retaining screws.
  1. Refill the cooling system.


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    Item Part Number Description 1 18596 Heater Core Tube Gasket 2 18476 Heater Core 3 18B300 Heater Core Cover 4 390747-S2 Screw (4 Req'd) 5 18N267 Heater Core Cover Seal


    Hope this helps... Cobra

Jun 12, 2010 | 1997 Ford Thunderbird LX

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Which way does the orifice tube go? Orange end or white end to the firewall?


9 is the orifice. Freon is headed toward the evaporator in the car. The orifice has an arrow on it. Good luck, please rate. Thanks A/C Evaporator Core Orifice NOTE: The A/C evaporator core orifice (19D990) should be replaced whenever an A/C compressor (19703) is replaced.

The A/C evaporator core orifice has the following characteristics:
  • is color-coded orange
  • has a diameter of 1.46 mm (0.058 inch)
  • is located in the condenser to evaporator tube (19835)
  • has filter screens located on the inlet and outlet ends of the tube body
The A/C evaporator core orifice is the restriction in the refrigerant circuit that creates the pressure drop necessary for cooling by metering the flow of liquid refrigerant into the A/C evaporator core (19860), which reduces the pressure. Operation is as follows:
  • The inlet filter screen acts as a strainer for the liquid refrigerant flowing through the A/C evaporator core orifice.
  • O-rings on the A/C evaporator core orifice prevent the high-pressure liquid refrigerant from bypassing the A/C evaporator core orifice .
  • Adjustment or services cannot be made to the A/C evaporator core orifice assembly. It must be replaced as a unit.


A/C Evaporator Core Orifice

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May 02, 2010 | Ford Taurus Cars & Trucks

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Leak in eavaporer coil how do i get to it


The evaporator coil is located in the heater-A/C housing, under the instrument panel.

The heater-A/C housing assembly must be removed from the vehicle and the two halves of the housing separated for service access of the heater core, evaporator coil, blend-air door, and each of the various mode control doors.

WARNING: On vehicles equipped with airbags, refer to Airbag Systems Safety Information and Procedures. Before attempting any steering wheel, steering column, or instrument panel component diagnosis or service. Failure to take the proper precautions could result in accidental airbag deployment and possible personal injury. See: Restraint SystemsAir Bag SystemsService Precautions

REMOVAL
  1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
  2. Remove the instrument panel from the vehicle.
  3. If the vehicle is not equipped with air conditioning, go to Step 6. If the vehicle is equipped with air conditioning, recover the refrigerant from the refrigerant system.
  4. Disconnect the liquid line refrigerant line fitting from the evaporator inlet tube.
    • Install plugs in, or tape over all of the opened refrigerant line fittings.
  1. Disconnect the accumulator inlet tube refrigerant line fitting from the evaporator outlet tube. See Refrigerant Line Coupler for the procedures.
    • Install plugs in, or tape over all of the opened refrigerant line fittings.
  1. Drain the engine cooling system.
  2. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core tubes. Install plugs in, or tape over the opened heater core tubes.
  3. Unplug the heater-A/C system vacuum supply line connector from the tee fitting near the heater core tubes.
Unplug the heater-A/C unit wire harness connector, which is fastened to the heater-A/C housing next to the blower motor relay.
  1. Remove the five nuts from the heater-A/C housing mounting studs on the engine compartment side of the dash panel. Remove or reposition the evaporation canister for additional access, if required.
  2. Pull the heater-A/C housing rearward far enough for the mounting studs and the evaporator condensate drain tube to clear the dash panel holes.
  3. Remove the heater-A/C housing from the vehicle.
INSTALLATION
  1. Position the heater-A/C housing to the dash panel. Be certain that the evaporator condensate drain tube and the housing mounting studs are inserted into their correct mounting holes.
  2. Install and tighten the five nuts onto the heater-A/C housing mounting studs on the engine compartment side of the dash panel. Tighten the nuts to 6.2 Nm (55 in. lbs.) .
  3. If the evaporation canister was repositioned during the removal procedure, reinstall it to its proper position.
  4. Connect the Heater-A/C system vacuum supply line connector to the tee fitting near the heater core tubes.
  5. Unplug or remove the tape from the heater core tubes. Connect the heater hoses to the heater core tubes and fill the engine cooling system.
  6. If the vehicle is not equipped with air conditioning, go to Step 10. If the vehicle is equipped with air conditioning, unplug or remove the tape from the accumulator inlet tube and the evaporator outlet tube fittings. Connect the accumulator inlet tube coupler to the evaporator outlet tube.
  7. Unplug or remove the tape from the liquid line and the evaporator inlet tube fittings. Connect the liquid line coupler to the evaporator inlet tube.
  8. Evacuate the refrigerant system.
  9. Charge the refrigerant system.
  10. Install the instrument panel in the vehicle.
  11. Connect the battery negative cable.
  12. Start the engine and check for proper operation of the heating and air conditioning systems.



Jul 27, 2009 | 2000 Jeep Cherokee

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2000 BMW 323ci-Evaporator core replacement


Yes I know how to replace the evaporator core. It involves getting into the passenger side dash because it is pretty much where the heater core is for the heating system

Jun 11, 2009 | 1998 GMC Jimmy

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Where exactly is the orifice tube located at on a 1996 (DOHC v6)?


it's in the high pressure liquid line.

A/C Evaporator Core Orifice The A/C evaporator core orifice (19D990) should be replaced whenever the A/C compressor (19703) is replaced for lack of performance (internal damage). The A/C evaporator core orifice, located in the condenser to evaporator tube (19835), cannot be serviced in detail as a component of the line. If replacement is necessary, follow the procedure outlined for Liquid Line Removal and Installation. An orifice tube replacement service kit may be used as an optional service procedure. Refer to Section 12-00 for information regarding the use of an A/C Evaporator Core Orifice Replacement Kit E5VY-19D695-A.
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A/C Evaporator Core Orifice Replacement Kit Installation
  1. Discharge A/C refrigerant system. Refer to System Discharging and Recovery as outlined.
  1. Remove condenser to evaporator tube (19835) from vehicle.
  1. Locate A/C evaporator core orifice (19D990) by three indentations or a circular recess in metal portion of the condenser to evaporator tube.


    A/C Evaporator Core Orifice Location
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  1. Note angular position of ends of condenser to evaporator tube so that it can be reassembled in correct position.
  1. Cut a 63.5 mm (2.5 inch) section from condenser to evaporator tube at A/C evaporator core orifice location. Do not cut closer than 25.4 mm (1 inch) from start of a bend in tube.


    A/C Evaporator Core Orifice Section Removed From the Liquid Line
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  1. Remove contaminants from the two pieces of the condenser to evaporator tube.
  1. NOTE: The inlet half of the condenser to evaporator tube will be positioned against the A/C evaporator core orifice tabs when correctly assembled.

    Lubricate fitting with clean refrigerant oil and assemble orifice tube kit (with A/C evaporator core orifice installed) to condenser to evaporator tube. Make sure flow direction arrow is pointing toward evaporator end of the condenser to evaporator tube, and taper of each compressor ring is toward compression nut.


    A/C Evaporator Core Orifice Kit Disassembled Components
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Jun 05, 2009 | 1996 Mercury Sable

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