Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
The accumulator looks like a can and the A/C hoses run into it,usually located on the driver side under the air box,the orifice tube is in the ac line..look for the tube to swell at a joint where it hooks together.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
The expansion tube (orifice) is located at the condenser to evaporator line connection in the condenser. In the outlet of the condenser. Once you remove the line from the condenser, a 90 degree needle nose plyers is all you really need. Be carefull not to break it twisting it out.Look closely for three "dimples" in the line, and that is where the O tube will be.Before removing the line, you need to remove the Freon. Afterwards, evacuate and refill the system.
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Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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