"What" on the suction line of an air conditioner indicates a problem?
A suction line is usually cold to the touch.
Yes It should be cold and sweatting
The suction line will be the larger line going into the compressor.
You always use the largest a/c line to re-charge the system..It is the "suction side" The small line is the high pressure line.
Discharge line is the line in which the refrigerant passes through after being discharged by the compressor. Liquid line is the line located after the condenser, following refrigeration cycle. Suction line is the one that the referigerant is sucked :) in, to enter the compressor.
for a given air conditioner: the faster the condenser (outdoor) fan the lower the suction pressure. the faster the evaporator (indoor) fan the higher the suction pressure.
It is on the suction line, down near the compressor. It is between the radiator fan and the engine, lower front, passenger side.
The 2001 Ford F1 50 air-conditioner drain line, can be found on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The drain line is a rubber hose.
Any air conditioner will do, but a quiet one is best. Consider GE's quiet air conditioner line, as they shouldn't wake infants.
there's a leak in the refrigerant line