Highly against the law to discharge ac . The ac must me evacuated with a reclaimer machine. Any auto shop or junk yard will do it for a reasonable fee.If the ac has leaked off by itself it can be opened, if not you do not want to release the cfc into the atmosphere $10,000 fine.
Capacitors charge (and discharge) on both AC and DC.
For part of the AC voltage wave, the capacitor will be above the source voltage, and will discharge until the AC voltage wave increases above the capacitor's stored voltage.
no, unless u have to remove the compressor unit. The clutch can be replaced with out removing the compressor if you have room to do it.
The diameter of the discharge line leaving the ac compressor would be smaller than the suction line, because the compressed gas in the discharge line is more dense.
A refrigerant (freon) is required for an A/C system to cool. Therefore, no, the A/C should not work is the freon is removed.
The expansion device inside the outside unit expands the refrigerant gas and as a result, the discharge lines chills
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You need a certified shop to do this. You cannot legally perform this operation on your own.
To replace the AC clutch discharge the freon, remove the clips, and remove the screws under the bumper. Remove the driver side headlight, and bolts.
normally 15to 20 degree split between return air and discharge..
The low side will be on the accumulator and the high side will be on the discharge line.....
By connecting the two leads together. Not sure what you mean by an AC capacitor. They store a DC voltage or pass an AC signal. If it is a large capacitor used in mains power supplies, it is best to discharge it before working on it, to avoid an electric shock. In this case it is best to discharge it using a resistor of about 100k. If you cause a dead short, the large current can either burn you, or cause the capacitor to explode.!
WE can not change the AC power because AC power has two magnitudes one positive and the another one is negative.when we store the AC power in positive half cycle it store the energy and in the negative half cycles it discharge the energy so it is not possible for store the AC power like DC power
No. A capacitor can only be charged with a DC supply, or with an AC supply rectified with a diode, essentially making it a DC supply. If you put AC across a capacitor it will act like a short circuit. Capacitors pass AC current through them. Each half of the alternating current will charge and then discharge the plates, causing an AC flow through it.
My complete question is "Do I have to discharge AC syatem or can I simply move out of way?" Shop manual says discharge syatem and remove compressor but somnetimest they Lie!!!
From what ive heard, you shouldn't discharge it into the atmosphere. Some places do use a machine where they discharge the R-134a coolant into a machine where its filtered and recycled. Jiffy Lube does this... http://www.jiffylube.com/autoservices/acservices.aspx
Connect the pressure gauge to the high pressure port. Discharge your Freon into the low pressure port. Stop the Freon discharge when the Freon engage reaches the appropriate level.
It probably does- you just do not see it. Newer AC units have a "slinger" fan. Condensed water is caught by the outside fan, and blown into droplets. This eliminates the trickle of water dribbling from the AC.
It is located on the discharge side of the compressor. On a 2.4L engine you will need to jack the vehicle up to get to it.
If the "humidity odor" was not present before the AC was installed then it probally comes from water building up on the evaporator coils but not draining properly outside. AC units remove water from the air and discharge it outside. If it does not drain then it will turn back into water at the AC unit, stagnate and create an odor. Hope that helps.
Coefficient of discharge of an ideal liquid can be defined as a ratio of actual discharge and theoretical discharge. where, Cofficient of discharge = Actual Discharge/ Theoretical discharge.
Choke has got two functions. Initially it raises the ac voltage to some 350 V so as to initiate the discharge of electricity through mercury vapour. Once the discharge becomes activated then low voltage about 110 V is enough to maintain the discharge through mercury vapour. This is supplied by the same choke.
There are ports on your ac lines (similar to tire valves) Buy a can of R-134 & plug it in to discharge. Instructions on can.
Where are my discharge papers? The electric discharge killed him.
Have an AC shop evacuate the system. Some shops will recharge the system after repairs and not charge for refrigerant, they just give you yours back.