Is it possible on a 1997 Chevrolet Camero rs for the evaporator valve to stick in the ac unit and how hard is it to change?
Yes they can and do stick. I suggest that you take it to a certified repair shop as low heat is sometimes needed to remove it. To much and you melt the connection.
I am not exactly sure of what you are asking but there is not an evaporator valve. There is an evaporator core that resembles a radiator and there are not any parts that can stick. The only problem they have is leaking. There is an orfice that goes in the inlet to the evaporator and it has no moving parts.It can get stopped up and cause the high side pressure to get higher than normal.
How do you prove that after the change of the serpentine belt in Jeep 96 the compressor is not working?
The easy way is to replace the entire distributor with a remanufactured unit. The hard way is to mark position of distributor rotor, remove the distributor from engine,reome cap & rotor, remove drive gear from the bottom of distributor , slide shaft up & out, remove pick up.reverse steps & reset ignition timing. IMPORTANT TO MARK LOCATION OF ROTOR BEFORE REMOVAL
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…