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How to replace an ac condenser on a 97 cavelier

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If you are talking about the canister looking thing or the radiator looking thing ....radiator looking thing needs to bbe removed after removing the actual radiator...canister looking thing simply remove the lines going in and out

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The AC evaporator is leaking on my 97 grand cherokee. Floor boards full of water. The evaporator was replaced 2 years ago. What should I do?


The drain tube for the evaporator case is plugged with various debris which allows the normal accumulation of condensed water to overflow the case onto the floorboard. Run a brush or similar tool into the tube which should immediately drain the cavity. If you catch the water in a pan, inspect it for debris. This should work ok for a year or so, then re-clean the drain as needed. The more the AC is run, the more debris will accumulate. Hope this helps!

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I need a diagram of the AC system (specifically the location of the compressor and the condenser) for my 97 Acura 2.2 CL.


The compressor should be between the radiator and the motor, down toward the bottom of the motor, there is a large line and a smaller line connected to it. The condenser is in front of the radiator.

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Vacume lines 95-97 cavelier some are on 97 some are not do i needto change them over


no. the lines for your cavalier are the same from the late 80s to present day. they are all interchangable.

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I have a squeeking in my front belt area on my '97 Jeep grand cherokee. I have replaced bearings and cleaned pulleys. It will not stop-Help!!


I just had my AC condenser pump realigned for the same belt noise issue. They also discovered the bolts holding the condenser in place were stripped out from the previous owner. I now have no belt noises! I had replaced the idler and bearing and have been through 3 belts before we figured this out!

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I have a 97 cavelier and the cooling fan will not work


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