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AC Condenser Auto Parts

Have an ac condenser that is causing your car, truck, van, suv interior cabin space not to cool properly? AutoPartEx has a large listing of a/c condenser auto parts that all work together to help keep you cool in your automobile. In an a/c system the a/c condenser is usually mounted in front of the radiator and the a/c condenser's job is to recieve cool air. With the cool air, the ac condenser uses this cold air to lower the temperature of the refrigerant below it's boling point and turn it back into a liquid. The ac condenser works with a radiator, evaporator, a compressor, an accumulator, and a network of hoses, switches, and sensors. All these a/c auto parts work together by taking refrigerant and pushing it through a value that turns that refrigerant into a gas. The transformation of liquid to a gas, the refriegernat reaches a low tempertature. As the refrigerant is in it's gas form, the refrigerant absorbs the heat from the surrounding air, making the air cold, and that cold air is blown into the vehicle cabin.

Why Reparing An A/C System Is Tricky


You can see just how much physics and chemistry is involved with keeping you cool! Which is why sometimes troubleshooting what's wrong or why your vehicle's ac system is not blowing cool air can be tricky. There could be various parts that fail and well just face it, you might have to replace multiple parts. Unless you have a trusted mechanic, know how to test a/c systems, you'd be taking a chance replacing one part at a time; and that can get very expensive not to mention the process of returns and your time. That's why AutoPartEx exists, we want to ensure that you can find parts that enable you to buy with power and without regret. Our goal is to offer you the best possible price and in failing a/c systems you can buy up all the related parts and replace them all at one time and cost plays a role in that ability. Get your a/c system back in tip-top condition before the heat picks up. We have ac auto parts , that are original equipment from salvage yards and auto part recyclers. We only deal with certified ac auto part recyclers and below you can filter down to the a/c condenser auto part you need, filter down by your city, filter down by year and much more. Use our search engine today to find the right a/c condenser auto part today!



A/C Condenser Auto Parts

Year Part Make Model Price City State Phone
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2003 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $168 Cedar-Creek TX 512-303-2000
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $136 Telford PA 1-215-234-4386
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $134.95 Akron OH 1-800-686-9000
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $125 East-Brunswick NJ 732-257-7495
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $125 Millville NJ 856-293-0003
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $125 Jonesboro AR 877-786-1040
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $124.55 Fontana CA 909-428-1111
2003 A/C Condenser Acura CL $124.55 Fontana CA 909-428-1111
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $117.5 Middletown CT 860-346-2336
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $116 Waterbury CT 800-255-6656
1996 A/C Condenser Acura CL $110 Akron OH 1-800-686-9000
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $105 St.-George UT 435-652-3862
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $102 St.-George UT 435-652-3862
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Port-Deposit MD 1-800-559-6483
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Chesapeake VA 757-399-0003
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Lanoka-Harbor NJ 1-800-298-8233
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Beltsville MD 800-249-1681
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Beltsville MD 800-249-1681
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Detroit MI 313-365-4844
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Modesto CA 1-209-523-0751
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Modesto CA 1-209-523-0751
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Salem OR 1-800-422-0114
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Erie CO 303-665-4312
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Santa-Paula CA 877-667-2787
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Salt-Lake City UT 801-266-3541
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Lewisberry PA 717-938-5899
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Bluff-City TN 1-800-576-5231
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Albuquerque NM 505-345-7300
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Carroll IA 1-712-792-9204
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Carroll IA 1-712-792-9204
2002 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Opa-Locka FL 1-305-681-1787
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Woodbridge VA 540-825-2571
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Rancho-Cordova CA 916-853-1122
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Gardena CA 310-327-2950
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Atlanta GA 404-892-9090
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 White-Hall MD 410-357-4040
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 White-Hall MD 410-357-4040
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $99.55 Fontana CA 909-428-1111
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $99 North-Billerica MA 1-888-873-5225
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $99 North-Billerica MA 1-888-873-5225
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $91 Stafford VA 757-447-6051
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $85.51 Los-Angeles CA 1-323-589-5048
2002 A/C Condenser Acura CL $85.14 Phoenix AZ 602-232-2505
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $85.1 Los-Angeles CA 1-323-589-5048
2003 A/C Condenser Acura CL $85.1 Los-Angeles CA 1-323-589-5048
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2003 A/C Condenser Acura CL $665 Salem CT 800-962-0712
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $168 Cedar-Creek TX 512-303-2000
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $136 Telford PA 1-215-234-4386
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $134.95 Akron OH 1-800-686-9000
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $125 East-Brunswick NJ 732-257-7495
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $125 Millville NJ 856-293-0003
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $125 Jonesboro AR 877-786-1040
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $124.55 Fontana CA 909-428-1111
2003 A/C Condenser Acura CL $124.55 Fontana CA 909-428-1111
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $117.5 Middletown CT 860-346-2336
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $116 Waterbury CT 800-255-6656
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $112.75 Haltom-City TX 817-916-5325
1996 A/C Condenser Acura CL $110 Akron OH 1-800-686-9000
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $105 St.-George UT 435-652-3862
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $102 St.-George UT 435-652-3862
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Port-Deposit MD 1-800-559-6483
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Chesapeake VA 757-399-0003
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Lanoka-Harbor NJ 1-800-298-8233
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Beltsville MD 800-249-1681
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Beltsville MD 800-249-1681
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Detroit MI 313-365-4844
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Modesto CA 1-209-523-0751
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Modesto CA 1-209-523-0751
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Salem OR 1-800-422-0114
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Erie CO 303-665-4312
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Santa-Paula CA 877-667-2787
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Salt-Lake City UT 801-266-3541
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Lewisberry PA 717-938-5899
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Seffner FL 1-800-296-5783
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Bluff-City TN 1-800-576-5231
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Albuquerque NM 505-345-7300
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Carroll IA 1-712-792-9204
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Carroll IA 1-712-792-9204
2002 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Opa-Locka FL 1-305-681-1787
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Woodbridge VA 540-825-2571
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Rancho-Cordova CA 916-853-1122
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Gardena CA 310-327-2950
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 Atlanta GA 404-892-9090
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 White-Hall MD 410-357-4040
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $100 White-Hall MD 410-357-4040
2001 A/C Condenser Acura CL $99.55 Fontana CA 909-428-1111
1998 A/C Condenser Acura CL $99 North-Billerica MA 1-888-873-5225
1999 A/C Condenser Acura CL $99 North-Billerica MA 1-888-873-5225
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $91 Stafford VA 757-447-6051
1997 A/C Condenser Acura CL $85.51 Los-Angeles CA 1-323-589-5048
2002 A/C Condenser Acura CL $85.14 Phoenix AZ 602-232-2505

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Why You Might Need To Replace Your A/C Condenser



Your ac condenser is, as explained above, is a mounted in front of the raditor on your vehicle. The a/c condenser uses the air that is drawn into the front of your vehicle to lower the temperature of the refrigerant below it's boiling point and turn it back into a liquid. If your ac condenser is failing it will be noticeable as the refrigerant does not cool and is stuck as a gas and this cycle can just blow nothing but hot air and create a lot of pressure to circulate and eventually could blow seals and wear down other other parts listed here. When troubleshooting what's wrong with any ac auto part, you want to check for leaks. Leaks will spell why a part may not be doing it's job to it's capabilities. Always check the hoses and seals that connect onto your ac condenser. It does not take much for a leak to destablize the ac system and cause the conversion of refrigerant from a gas to a liquid fail to happen due to leaks and eventually a depressurization problem. To check for leaks as mentioned before in many of these paragraphs is to use the soap water test on any seal or hose connecting to your ac condenser. There are some other scenarios that could cause your ac condenser to fail such as a previous car accident, or improper installation from a previous mechanic.

Why You Might Need To Replace Your A/C Compressor

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The a/c compressor is a big air pump that is usually, ran from a belt located on the car's engine. The compressor takes in the refriegerant, as a vapor and compresses it. The gas heats up as it is compressed, resulting in heat and high pressure vapor. The compressor does not run all the time, so the pully on the front of it usually has a magnetic clutch that can be turned on and off as needed. Over time, the ac compressor clutch can go bad and that could cause your a/c system to totally fail. That magnetism is what causes the ac compressor to engage and that tends to happen on older used vehicles. As mentioned above you can see how repairing an a/c system is totally tricky and the only way to be sure whether your ac compressor is indeed the part that failed is to test it. You'll need a mechanic to tell perform that test. However, just remember that a/c systems are hard to troubleshoot because each part is handling a key part in how it transforms your refriegerant agent from a liquid to a gas, so we reccomend getting your car inspected.




Why You Might Need To Replace Your Expansion Valve

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This device is a basically a valve that lets the liquid pass at a lowered pressure and causing called a flash expansion, which reduces the temperature of the refrigerant and makes it neice and chilly. The goal of this again is to keep your refrigerant is mostly liquid with some vapors and is in a state of low pressure. This allows the the evaporator to do its job and essentially blows the cold air into the cabin and passing the high pressure freon aka refriegerant back to the ac compressor. So what could cause the expansion valve to fail? Well pressure really. Pressure is one of the more major issues that can plague and ac system. Pressure can cause wear and tear on valve seals and as mentioned below in common ac system failures is the down-turn in optimization of air pressure. This could be tough to troubleshoot, as you'll need to the soapy water test to look for air bubbles on any rubber seals to determine if a leaky valve is indeed causing a leak. That leak will result in not having the proper liquid refriegerant and vapor refriegerant



Why You Might Need To Replace Your Accumlator

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The accumlator handles the biggest problem to any a/c system, which is moisture in the a/c system. This poses a big problem and the accumalator is used to help keep most ac systems dry and it also acts as a reciever. When access refriegerant is not being used it sits in the reservoir. If the a/c accumulator is failing, it will be hard to notice, but not removing the moisture from the refrigerant can cause the optimization of a moving refrigerant from a gas to liquid. If you're looking to find the accumulator in the bay of your car, it's a round cylinder mounted.




Why You Might Need To Replace Your Evaporator

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The ac evaporator is the final device in the process of creating cool air inside the cabing of your automobile. This component is usually mounted under the dash and attached to a fan. As the cooled liquid/vapor mix runs through the evaporator, the fan blows air over the fins, which transfers warmth from the air to the refrigerant, which as mentioned then cools the cabin air. This is also the device that host the expansion valve which creates the mixture of vapor and liquid. That liquid is important to have in the flash expansion and as a result it returns back to the boiling point of a gas at low pressure. After this, the process of cooling starts over as the hot gas is returned back to the compressor, where the pressure is changed and sent through to the condensor for processing. Overtime the pressure can wear down valves and seals. Due to the failures the lack of stable pressure in the ac system will cause the process of cooling to ultimately fail. Again this is what makes troubleshooting an a/c system so difficult, there are many componets. From these major devices that handle refriegerant agent to seals, values, and hoses. But should the a/c evaporator's expansion valve fail, then you'll have hot air or semi-cool air passing through the cabin.



What Are Common A/C System Problems

The first indication of a problem with the air conditioner is that it stops blowing cold air; obvisouly. The A/C system is meant to be completely sealed, and when problems airse, it is usually due to gas escaping from the system or contaminants getting into it.

#1 A/C System Leaks

The compressed gases in the A/C System require seals and valves as seen above. Ovetime they will degrade and this will spell or create a leak, as mentioned, leaks are no good for AC Systems and can cause a complete down-turn in the effectiveness of cold air. You can also have pinhole size holes in lines than can let pressure refrigerant to leak out. Even if it's a slow leak, eventually it will turn into a big one, even if you recharge the refrigerant. So never ignore leaks!!

#2 A/C Compressor Failure

Another likely cannidate of loss of proper air conditioning in your cabin will be connected to the ac compressor going out. Major leaks can lead to catastrophic problems, like compressor failures. This typically happens when the magnetic clutch on the compressor fails, which prevents the compressor from spinning and or the clutch fails to release and the compressor runs all the time.

#3 Pressure Problems

Most issues with A/C System can be diagnosed with the use of a set of gauges. The gauges read the pressure on both the high-and-low-pressure sides of the system. Most of the time, checking the low pressure side is enough to tell you if you need professional assistance.

#4 Unpleasant Odor

Since the air conditioning exchanges cold and hot air, condensation forms on the condenser located under the dash. This drips off and runs out of a drain located at the bottom of the box that holds the condenser. If the drain becomes clogged, it creates a cool, moist area for mold and other unpleasant-smelling things to grow.

#5 Clogged Filter

Newer cars may have a cabin filter to clean the air as it passes through the heater and A/C System. It is usually located under the dash on the passenger side or under a panel in the engine compartment. Tbe filter may become clogged, causing ordor or limited performance of the A/C and heater system.