Question about 2006 Nissan Pathfinder
Ther is a blockage in the lines somehwere. usual suspect is the a/c orifice tube which is like a mini inline filter. Similar to the orifice in function would be a thermal expansion valve. both have small ports(orifice tube is a mini screen) that can become clogged with metal filings from the compressor as it wears and /or the dessicant material comming loose from the dryer bottle. if there is indeed blockage, the a/c lines will need to be flushed, dryer bottle replaced(recommended), a/c compressor replaced, and the orifice tube or expansion valve( whichever is on the vehicle) to be replaced. vaccumed to 28 inches of mercury and the recharged to proper charge.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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