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The rear expansion vale is located on the rear evaporator

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SOURCE: Can't find rear a/c expansion valve, where is it

I am in the process of doing the same procedure on my 2001 durango 5.9... condensor, compressor, accumulator, followed by both front and rear expansion valves. I pulled the rear passenger side trim off after following the pipes to the back. It looks like the expansion vale is the first component hooked to the pipes just as they come through the body into the cabin. It appears to be wrapped in a black sticky mat... I did not unwrap yet so it may not be... What are your failure symptoms? I have a slow leak and a blockage inside the system to where it cannot be fully charged without releasing pressure from the rear of the compressor. I sure hope its not in the evaporator core...

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How do I access the rear A/C expansion valve on 2001 Chrysler town and country


First you will need to have the system evacuated so there is no longer refrigerant in the system

Next remove the rear seats or stow them. Then remove all the trim panels from the passenger rear of the vehicle. You will then be able to see the rear HVAC assembly.

Jack up the vehicle and support it properly. remove the nut that holds the rear lines to the expansion block.

Remove the heater core form the HVAC module with the cooling lines still attatched. Remove the HVAC module from the vehicle.

You will then be able to replace the rear evap core/tubes/expansion valve.

Get the kit from the dodge dealer. It will make life very easy.

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How to remove rear A/C expansion valve on 2001 Chrysler Town and Country


Next remove the rear seats or stow them. Then remove all the trim panels from the passenger rear of the vehicle. You will then be able to see the rear HVAC assembly.

Jack up the vehicle and support it properly. remove the nut that holds the rear lines to the expansion block.

Remove the heater core form the HVAC module with the cooling lines still attatched. Remove the HVAC module from the vehicle.

You will then be able to replace the rear evap core/tubes/expansion valve.

Get the kit from the dodge dealer. It will make life very easy.

Aug 13, 2015 | 2001 Chrysler Town & Country

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Where is the rear expansion valve located in a 2005 durango


Hi Chester, I'm glad to help! The rear Expansion Valve is behind the right rear quarter panel. It mount in between the floor tubing and the evaporator tubs. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Chester.

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Kia Sedona expansion FRONT valve located under dash, behind glove box, fan and coil. Evacuate freon first. Disconnect Freon lines from firewall., Lay right front seat back to flat horizontal position and lay on top or totally remove the seat for easier working access. Remove under dash cover, fan, glove box, coil housing, remove coil mounting bolts, remove old expansion valve. (Inspect old valve, if debris inside, blow out coil before installing new valve. If visible debris best to consider replacing REAR expansion valve and DRIER/FILTER in front of radiator too and blow out all lines and coils while servicing.) Use compressor oil to lubricate "O" rings on new FRONT or REAR expansion valve, install valve bolts, reinstall coil bolts to FRONT firewall or REAR frame, reconnect freon lines to firewall in engine compartment. Evacuate AC system, install freon (35 1/2 ounces, nominal 3 pounds), check system for leaks, check for proper operation, enjoy.

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Which section of the rear air vent is rear expansion valve in


EXPANSION TUBE OR ORIFICE TUBE IS IN THE THE SMALL LINE GOING INTO EVAPORATOR.

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Location of expansion valve on 2001 suburban. Blow warm rear.


The rear expansion valve is connected to the evaperator. I hope this helps.
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97 suburban rear a/c doesnt get cold but front works great


the expansion valve is in the rear ac housing and it is bolted directly to the rear evaporator. it is an actual expansion valve and not an orifice tube. the part is about $45. the interior on the passenger side has to come out along with the entire rear ac sytem.

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Is there a front expansion valve for the a/c


yes there are two expansion valves.. front one is either on firewall, engine side or inside the heater plenum which usually requires removing the dash... big job

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2002 Tahoe Rear A/C doesn't work.


the system could still be low on freon even though front works

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Rear ac on 94 surburban blows warm, front is cold. Is there only one orifice on the dual air system.


The rear air has an expansion valve in the rear of the cargo area right next to the rear evaporator. There is no orifice or filter between the condenser and the rear expansion valve so if there is any debris in the line it will clog the expansion valve. The orifice under the hood is only in the front circuit so if the front is cooling and the rear is not, most likely the expansion valve is clogged and needs to be replaced.

There is a factory service bulletin on how to r&r the expansion valve. It requires some cutting since they did not design it to be replaced. Part of the service bulletin is adding an inline filter at the outlet of the condenser before the front and rear flows divide. That will keep the rear from clogging up again.

I have a 94 Suburban and I had to do this in about 1998. With the filter I haven't had any problems since.

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