00 regal orifice tube location?
under ABS Brake Controller on driver side fender, A/C Line coupling on High Side.
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Answer . \nPlease define what you are looking for. Is it An AC question? What does it do\nRay
My manual indicates you have an expansion tube and says to loosen the refrigerant line fitting at the condensor outlet pipe. Remove the expansion tube with needle-nose plyers.
on my 1999 Ford Contour the oriface tube was located under the hood on the firewall on the high pressure line, below the larger low pressure line, need to buy disconnect tool fuel/ac line tools, remove and then along the line is a connection with two nuts 22mm and 19mm unscrew and remove hose
long silver tube running across the back of the engine, mounted high remove saddle, in center 7mm wrench.fallow to the passengr side, big coupeling, two wrenches, undo, pull long side of tube from drivers side.look in to short tube, little plastic thing you see in there is the tube you seek pull out… with needle nose pliers that's it, install new one with little hard to see arrow pointing in to short tube or you will have a very bad day and say many bad words when you have to dig it out and its no easy task if its installed wrong!!! ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nHigh-side input(small line) of the Evaporator core. It will be just inside the evap core neck, when the line is disconnected.
Answer . You will have to remove the air dryer, you will loss coolant. Under the air dryer is a silver tube and the orfice is in that tube. Must use needle-nose pliers to remove. you will have a little trouble putting in the new one because the of the o ring, use a little vaseline on it. the orfi…ce should go in screen side first, and little flat plastic toward the front of the car. Just replaced on and it's not fun. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \ninside of the line that runs from the condenser to the evaporator. The orifice was not intended to be serviced separately, in other words, you are supposed to buy the whole line, but there are some aftermarket parts suppliers that have a service kit that you cut open the line, replace… the tube, and clamp it back togther. ( Full Answer )
Answer . What orifice tube?\n. \nAn orifice tube is part of the AC system pull off the lines going into the accumulator. You'll see it.\nDoratheExplorer
Answer . \nThere is no orifice tube on that car. It uses an expansion valve located in the evaporator case under the dash on the passenger side.
Answer . The orifice tube comes after the compressor for the AC and before the pipe goes into the dash. Look for a screw-apart junction in the metal AC line. Look for crimping on the pipe that is right next to that junction. That crimping keeps the orifice tube from sliding down the pipe. Th…e orifice tube is about the size of a cigarette and acts like a filter and a spray opening to atomize the freon. You may be able to clean the old one, but a new one is pretty cheap. Make sure you get the right one, take the old one with you.\n. \nEveryone will tell you that you have to change the dryer too, and need to pull a vacuum on the system. Those are good ideas but it will work okay just cleaning the orifice tube if it is clogged. One can of freon should get the compressor going. Get the stuff with the stop leak and oil. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nIt is plugged directly into the orifice on the 94 model. I would expect it to be the same on all year models unless it has fallen out or something.
the orifice tube is located in the smaller high pressure line or liquid line between the condenser and evaporator and if you look hard enough at metal portions of this line you will notice squares or flats that prevent the tube from being pushed in too deep
Answer . Most GM's put the orfice tube in the output side of the condenser, near the bottom. Locate the fitting that runs from the condenser to the firewall, open that fitting and the orfice tube should be inside.
Answer . \nIt doesn't have an orifice tube. It has an expansion valve that is located inside of the evaporator box. The evaporator assembly will have to be removed and taken apart to replace the expansion valve.
A '99 Olds Delta 88 doesn't use an orifice tube system for the air conditioning it uses a thermal expansion valve. The location is under the passenger side dash in the heater/evaporator box. Unfortunately, you have to remove the dash to replace it as well as discharge the a/c system.
It is in the inlet side of the evaporator core, the small line. Be very careful as it is easy to break off.
I have been searching for the answer for a long time too, I found somewhere that the Orifice tube is "in the Inlet tube of the evaporator". My 98 Cherokee A/C is completely dead, wont hold any charge at all, going to be taking the whole thing apart in the next few weeks and will let you know where I… find it. ( Full Answer )
I had trouble finding the orifice tube in my Ranger too. After taking off all connections, I finally found the orifice in the bottom tube coming off the condenser.. You can not tell by looking at the line from the outside. Once you loose the nut and pull the tubes apart you will see the end of the …orifice.. I had trouble finding the orifice tube in my Ranger too. After taking off all connections, I finally found the orifice in the bottom tube coming off the condenser.. You can not tell by looking at the line from the outside. Once you loose the nut and pull the tubes apart you will see the end of the orifice.. I had trouble finding the orifice tube in my Ranger too. After taking off all connections, I finally found the orifice in the bottom tube coming off the condenser.. You can not tell by looking at the line from the outside. Once you loose the nut and pull the tubes apart you will see the end of the orifice. ( Full Answer )
Answer . It is located in the inlet tube of the evaporator between the outlet of the condenser and the inlet of the evaporator. This point can be found in a properly functioning system by locating the area between the outlet of the condenser and the inlet of the evaporator that suddenly makes the… change from hot to cold. You can see small dimples placed in the line that keep the orifice tube from moving inside the tube.. It is located just a few inches outside of the condenser in the tube. ( Full Answer )
location of orfice tube in a 1999 chevy malibu On your 1999 Malibu the expansion (orifice) tube is located at the condenser to evaporator connection in the evaporator tube.
According to Ford's Technical Service Publication it's installed in the a/c evaporator core inlet tube The orifice tube is crimped in the liquid A/C line that runs from the accumulator to the condenser. The liquid line is underneath the accumulator lines so you will have to take out the accumul…ator to get to it. The crimp is about 6 inches from the condenser side. You can buy a kit to cut the tube and replace the orifice or replace the entire line. My advice is to replace the entire line. You can buy from this site. http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/LRS-19835C/1999-01-Mustang-A-C-Liquid-Line-From-Evaporator-To-Condenser Or check your local auto parts store for pricing hope this helps it took me a while to figure out where the orifice tube was on the 2000 mustang gt. you can't just take a quick connect off and replace the 2 dollar orifice like most cars. ( Full Answer )
Assuming it's the same as the 98 astro van, it is located at the connection in the high-pressure line that runs vertically beside the dryer.
On the SE it is just aft of the liquid line's 8 inch sub for the high pressure Schrader valve (close to engine coolant tank).
It is located inside the liquid line and you have two options , 1. replace the line along with orifice tube. 2. Go to ac supply and get a kit that allows you to cut old section out and install new section with applicable tube.
in a 2004 ford focus the orifice tube is located in the line coming off the dryer up against the firewall on the passenger side, It is a screw fitting, really easy to find once you have spent a few hours looking for it and give up and call a ford service department and ask where it is.
I am almost 100% sure Dodge does not use a orfice tube they use a TX Block (Thermal Expansion Block)
The oriface is located in the tube that goes from the condenser to the accumulator right at the condenser where the hose connects Is there a place to find a diagram? I'm trying to figure out how to also replace mine. The more info the better
it is in the high side line towards the bottom of radiator on drivers side
On a 1996 Taurus, it's the smaller line located above the passenger fenderwell right below the low pressure line (hidden by the larger line). It has a foam wrap around the junction (2 nuts) that can be separated and the orifice tube removed.
It is located in the liquid(lower) line at the condenser. This line runs from condenser to accumilator.
in the high pressure line before it runs into the evaporator look for dimpling in the hard line.
It's located on the left side fender well right before you get to the battery, look down and you will see a a/c line disconnect that line and it will be inside, you will needle nose pliers to pull the orifice tube out. >>> (your a/c system has to free of all pressure before you disconnect that line!…!!!!) ( Full Answer )
there isn't an orfice tube it has an expansion valve which is located on the inlet of the evaporator
It's a type of metering device, and a pretty simple one. One side is narrower. This widening decreases the pressure of the refrigerant passing through it, effectively being one of the points where the low pressure (vacuum) side separates from the high pressure (discharge) side (the other point is th…e compressor). ( Full Answer )
It is in the tube going into the evaporator. You must disconnect the tube from the accumulator.
You can find a diagram of the location by clicking on the link below. Follow the icon for "Find your low side port." It will be #9 "Condenser to evaporator tube."
It is located inside of a line that routes off of the condenser and splits between the front and rear A/C sections. The line with the orifice tube heads to the firewall on the passenger side of the vehicle. You'll see a crimped area on the line, where the orifice tube is located. I don't believe you… can easily replace the orifice tube without cutting/repairing the line or replacing the whole line assembly. The line has several bends negating pulling the orifice tube out. Pretty inconvenient. The rear A/C uses an expansion valve. ( Full Answer )
If I'm not mistaken Toyota uses expansion valves, not orifice tubes. The two airconditioned Toyotas I've owned have been that way. The expansion valve will be located inside the evaporator unit behind the dash/glove compartment. Probably not accessible without removal of the evaporator unit.
It filters the liquid refrigerant and meters the liquid entering the evap. coil which causes a drop in pressure and causes the liquid to boil and absorb heat from the interior of the car and transfer it to the atmosphere outside.
It is located in the metal line between the condensor and evaporator. Look for a small crimp in the line.
its located on the lower left side of the condenser ,, drivers side. its in the tube with the brass connecter nut ,... if you seperate the connector you can look up into the top tube and pull it out with needle nose pliers.... yes
depends on if you have rear ac ...A2 piece line is needed to bereplaced then
It is running just below the hood level on the drivers side of the engine compartment. It runs the whole length of the fender. The orifice itself is in the middle.
It is located in the 3/8" aluminum line located at the bottom of the evaporator.
It is located on the condenser in front of the radiator. Easy toaccess if you remove the grill and disconnect the high pressureline.
The orifice tube is located on the inlet port or the primary evaporator on the passenger side of the firewall. It is nearly hidden behind/between the heater vertical hoses.
It is in the condenser at the connection to the liquid line. This is the line that comes up from the bottom of the condenser.
On my Cougar, it is on the liquid line exit from the condenser. My application has post and nut line connectors, so if you have spring locks, it might be downstream, closer to the evaporator.
A 1987 Dakota uses an expansion valve, not an orifice tube. A 1987 Dakota uses an expansion valve, not an orifice tube.
The orifice is located in the low side hard pipe at the condenseroutlet. This is the hard pipe which goes from the condenser to theevaporator with the low side port.