The AC receiver drier on a 1995 Honda Civic is on the high-pressure side of the system. It is between the expansion valve inlet and condenser outlet.
You can refill the AC 2001 Lincoln navigator is located on the accumulator or receiver-drier.
It has what is called a receiver drier........ It does not have a cabin filter.
Should be on the receiver/drier.
On all GM products it is almost always on the accumulator / receiver drier.
Yes it does. I only know this because we took our 2001 Santa Fe in for AC work this week since the compressor went bad and they said that if you change the compressor you need to change the receiver drier as well. That's about the extent of my car knowledge though :)
It is located on the receiver/drier. It threads into it and has two wires connecting to it. The drier is normally located near the battery just to the left of the radiator.
No. The dessicant will become saturated within five minutes of exposure to ambient air, and the whole thing must be replaced.
Its on the Receiver Drier/Accumulator. I found a drawing of it on the site listed below.
Find the s10's ac drier. On the side of the drier there is a port. This is the low pressure ac port.
Have the system discharged by a qualified professional mechanic using an approved recovery/recycling machine.Disconnect the negative battery cable.On 1992-95 vehicles, remove the vehicle jack.Remove the nuts that fasten the refrigerant lines to sides of the receiver/drier assembly.Remove the refrigerant lines from the receiver/drier and discard the gaskets. Cover the exposed ends of the lines to minimize contamination.Remove the mounting strap bolts and remove the receiver/drier from the engine compartment.