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How to replace evaporator ?


On what? Front or rear? You will have to evacuate the AC system using a recovery machine. Most evaporator cores are labor intensive involving the entire dash assembly of the vehicle to be removed for access/replacement. Not a job for anyone who does not have mechanical experience in Ac repairs

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ew. You chose an expensive car to have this to happen to.

Well, the evaporator is located behind the console and dashboard, and requires a complete disassembly of the dash board area.

It's possible for one technician to do it, but the last time I saw one done was at my local a/c garage. They were working on the city's vehicle, and it was a Dodge Dakota, late model.

It had the same problem as yours, a leaky evaporator.

They had about 30 hours into it at $50 per hour. The evaporator
was cheap, but the labor to change it is not.

Good luck on this one.

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1999 nissan pathfinder need to know where the expansion valve is located


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The expansion valve is located in the High Pressure line very close to the evaporator, in the evaporator/blower housing under dashboard passanger side. To access it, need to remove evaporator.

Don't forget to rate this answer, Good Luck!!

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