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How to replace a/c evaporator

I need remove and replace the evaporator por from front car

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How to replace evaporator ?


On what? Front or rear? You will have to evacuate the AC system using a recovery machine. Most evaporator cores are labor intensive involving the entire dash assembly of the vehicle to be removed for access/replacement. Not a job for anyone who does not have mechanical experience in Ac repairs

Jul 01, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Where is expansion valve located


The Expansion valve is located in the evaporator box

On this year Nissan it's not to bad of a job. The dash doesn't need to be removed like the newer cars.

  1. To replace the expansion valve, you will need to discharge the AC system. Remove the two AC lines from the evaporator.
  2. Then you will need to remove the glove box
  3. Then you will need to unbolt the evaporator box
  4. Tip it back and remove.
  5. Once you have the evaporator box removed, then you can replace the expansion valve. I would also clean the evaporator box as well since you will have it removed.

May 20, 2015 | 1998 Nissan Sentra

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How to replace evaporator core & dryer in 96 ford explorer


This is NOT an easy project, and shouldn't be undertaken under the shade of a tree. You will need a refrigerant evacuation and recovery system (including a vacuum pump), and will need to remove the front casing of the air handler to get to the evaporator core. If the lines to the heater core are in the way, you will need to remove those (necessitating the partial draining of the engine coolant), and possibly removal of the hood so that you can lift the evaporator core from its housing. ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO TACKLE THIS?????

May 12, 2014 | 1996 Ford Explorer

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Remove evaporator


IT usually unlatches at the back and then you just have to puull it out the front.

Sep 16, 2013 | KitchenAid Refrigerators

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Front evaporator


you need to remove the dash

Jul 20, 2012 | 2006 Jeep Commander

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How do you replace the evaporator for the a/c on a 2000 jimmy? What do you have to remove to "get" at it???


This is a pretty major job. The standard labor time to complete this task for an experienced technician with all of the correct tools and equipment is 6.2 hours.

Here are the steps from the service manual:

CAUTION: Perfom refrigerant recovery and verify A/C system pressure is at or below 0 in.Hg. before proceeding.
failure to do so can result in personal injury.

Disconnect the underhood lamp electrical connector, if equipped.
Remove the hood.
Remove the VCM or the PCM.
Remove the coolant recovery tank.
Disconnect the electrical connectors from the grille mounted lamps if equipped.
Remove the right front headlamp assembly.
Remove the front bumper.
Remove the right wheelhouse panel.
Disconnect the radio antenna cable.
Disconnect the electrical connector for the horn.
Remove the right fender.
Remove the blower motor resistor.
Remove the accumulator.
Remove the evaporator tube.
Remove the evaporator and blower module heat shield mounting screws (Utility).
Remove the evaporator and blower module heat shield (Utility).
IMPORTANT: Retain the evaporator and blower module heat shield mounting bracket for installation (Utility).
Remove the evaporator and blower module mounting bolts and nuts.
Remove the evaporator and blower module from the vehicle.
Remove the six evaporator case section to the blower case section retaining screws.
Separate the evaporator case section from the blower case section.
Remove the evaporator core from the blower case section.

Aug 27, 2011 | 2000 GMC Jimmy

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Our front ac is not working and back is cold in our 1999 GMC suburban, we tried putting freon and it didn't work


Dual zone front/rear ac systems have 2 evaporator cores. And 2 orifice tubes, which are just inline
filters. Either your front evaporator core or orifice tube is probably stopped up.

Sometimes you can get to the evaporator cores without removing them from the vehicle, and clean it.
Evaporator cores do get stopped up sometimes, because the blower motor pulls in air with dust and debris from outside, and the air is cooled when it passes through the evaporator core.

But evaporator cores are a nightmare to replace, you usually have to remove lots of stuff under the dash and lots of stuff under the hood to remove them.

Aug 12, 2011 | 1999 GMC Suburban

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How do you replace the evaporator core for the a/c? on a 1994 gmc p/u truck, I've already have the dash out having promblems removing the duct work, what's next? or is there a maunal that will show me.


your instructions are on how to replace the condenser on a 1994 gmc sierra but the title says it is the directions for replacing an evaporator. please correct your title.

Aug 08, 2010 | 1994 GMC Sierra

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99 chevy suburban a/c cools up front blows warm out back.


thermastatic expansion vavle in the rear evaporator. If you are familiar and comfortable working on chevy's - Replace the vavle located on the high side line on the rear evaporator. You have to pull the right rear quarter panel. Remove rear evaporator case on bolt valve and replace vavle. Reinstall and charge the system.

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Need to replace heater core in 2003 CE lancer. require assistance with removal procedure/method


very large job by the look of it, can download workshop manual from pdftown.com
degas air cond, drop coolant, remove dash, reomve front seats, remove console, remove heater and evaporator case assembly then get to replace heater core.
as i said big job.

Jun 21, 2009 | 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer

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