Do you mean the expansion valve for the A/C? That is near the evaporator under the dashboard.
YOU MUST REMOVE THE EVAPERATOR CASE FROM INSIDE THE TRUCK ON THE PASSENGER SIDE AND YOU WILL SEE THE EXPANSION VALVE.
The expansion valve is located in front of the evaporator core. You must remove the housing to access it.
Inside the evap housing, on the line to the expansion valve.
next to the evaporator core, under the dash. Access it through the passenger footwell
smack in the middle of the valve cover
The expansion valve is located on the passenger side of the vehicle behind the dashboard. To gain access to it you will have to remove the glove box and the dash.
It's on the valve cover
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In the ac box
for a 86-1/2 to 92 supra, the expansion valve is located in the evaporator case. mike b.
no it will not...
On the top of the ac compressor.
8 intake 12 exhaust ????
1995 nissan pickup has a expansion valve rather than a orfice tube and is located on the evap.
It is attached to the back wall of evaporator. You have to remove the glove compartment, blower unit and evaporator to get access to the expansion valve.
insid ac box at floor board.
Under the intake plenum
take out the blower motor first and you will have easy access. take 2 bolts out of ac lines going thru firewall, take out screws from side panel and evaporator core and exp valve will pull right out.
It is located under the passenger side dashboard. You will have to remove the black cover of the dash and the glove box in order to access it.
most likely timing is off or a bad valve
Never worked on one, but guess expansion valve is mounted to evaporator under the dash in the AC/heater housing. Looks like a real bear to get out.
No, it uses an expansion valve.No, it uses an expansion valve.
The name of the plastic piece that holds the lines to the expansion valve in a 1995 Toyota Camry is called a clam shell ventilator. As of 2013, the clam shell ventilator can be purchased for around $10, plus tax and shipping.
It is a large silver cylindrical shaped valve with both A/C lines going to it. Trace your A/C hoses to locate it.