how do you replace evaporator coil 95 grand prix
Call an AC contractor
how do you replace the ac evaportator
If you need to replace the AC evaporator, it is best to have this done at a dealership or repair shop. Doing this replacement requires draining the refrigerant, which is unsafe to do yourself, and can be illegal.
What all is involved in replacing a a/c evaporator in a '94 Dodge Dakota?
Typically if the AC system has been drained for more than 2 days you need to replace the accumulator since it has silica type beads that can get into the system if over saturated.
Yes there was 2 of them. Both coils were prone to leaks after about a year. Contact your local YORK dealer to see if your evaporator coil model # and serial # are part of the problem coils.
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The AC evaporator is located inside the AC/Heater box. The entire dash has to come out to replace it. This job makes even the most experienced mechanics cringe. Get it done by a good shop.
No. The drain tube just drains the condensation away from the ac evaporator coil.
pull the whole entire dash 1300 dollars
The evaporator is the coil that's inside the air handling system under the dashboard. It's similar in operation to a radiator, except that it makes the air cold. To replace the evaporator you really should have a shop manual that has pictures and diagrams. It's not an easy process and will require that much of the heating system be disassembled, along with peripheral equipment that may obscure access. Before replacing the evaporator, make certain that it really is the problem. The only real reason to replace an evaporator coil is if it is leaking. Most AC leaks originate around the compressor seal, the schrader valves or the rubber hoses.
The indoor coil acts as an evaporator coil for heating.
Under the dash inside the Heating AC plastic enclosure. Locate the two lines behind the ignition coil in the firewall.
Any refrigeration or AC evaporator coil has a tendency to ice up when they get cold. Water condenses on the coil when the air is cooled. That water can then freeze. If an AC system is operating correctly it will cool the air and eventually when room temperature reaches the set point the AC unit will turn off, this give any ice that has formed on the evaporator coil a chance to melt. If the system is low on charge, the room may never reach the set temperature and therefore will not shut off. The ice will continue to build on the evaporator coil until it is completely iced over. A dirty evaporator coil can cause this as well, so change your filters often. Another possibility is the ac system has to be matched to room or house size. Too small and too large a system will both cause you problems.
Two And A Half Tons OR 30,000 BTU's
Where is the evaporator coil located? >>>> Drain line is probably clogged
The AC evaporator is located in the lower Dash.
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The coil needs replaced.
It is under the dash in the AC/heater housing and is attached to the evaporator coil. I have never tried to replace one, but I have the shop manuals for the 2004 and I think I would rather have my prostate reamed out again.