Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi, you must be referring to the txv or metering device that meters freon into your evaporator coil. It is also called the thermostatic expansion valve. If you follow both the high and low side freon lines from the compressor to where they head back toward the firewall of the engine, that's where you will find this metering orifice. It is soldered or flared to the high side refrigerant line where it meters freon into the evap coil throttling back and forth as needed on a call for cooling. The coil is more likely a squared type and is sealed to keep out heat and everything else. You may have to excess from both inside and outside of the firewall as I don't have the book in front of me, but you will no quickly. I hope this has helped you out. If you need more information on this, and what the a/c is not doing, keep me posted. Best of luck to you,
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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