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The orifice is always the last thing before the evaporator, which is inside the car.
It sometimes is part of the evaporator. It has to be where the thin tubing switches over to larger diameter tubing. The reason it is good to change is because it is easily plugged is there is any particles in the system. If there is water however, it will plug with ice, and replacing will not help because the water will plug a new orifice as well. Which is why a vacuum pump is important, to evaporate all the water.

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