What component of an air conditioning system changes low pressure vapor to a high pressure vapor?
The air conditioning pump, or more accurately the compressor.
For starters, you'll get insufficient cooling from your system. Refrigerant changes states from liquid to vapor and back again in order to achieve cooling, and the system pressure is balanced to facilitate this - excessive refrigerant makes it much more difficult to do this. Additionally, your system will generate excessively high pressure, which will ultimately damage or destroy system components.
The AC compressor is a mechanical pump that is driven by a belt and is attached to your vehicle�s engine. This device in general is designed to pump fluid that would flow in a closed loop through the various parts of a system. What an auto AC compressor pumps is the refrigerant, which is the main element responsible for absorbing all the heat that accumulates inside yourvehicle cabin. The Nissan AC compressor is designed to…
The main parts of any mobile or stationary air conditioning system are the compressor, hoses/lines, expansion valve, evaporator coil, condenser coil and fans to move air through both coils. You also have various pressure, temperature, and on/off switches that controls the system. An air conditioning system is a fairly simple system.