Yes if it rains it will leak into the attic or overhead space until it is saturated then it will leak thru the ceiling.
why dose all the antifreeze leak out when you turn on the ac from your 2000 honda accored
It a word, no. Without a leak, the freon level in your unit should stay the same for years and years.
You can find a Freon leak in a home Ac unit by using a leak detector. These instruments are capable of detecting trace amounts of Freon and pinpoint leaks.
Only if it has a leak - in which case you have to get the leak repaired first.
yes there is a seal on the front of compressor that can go bad and leak freon.
you have an AC leak
You should not have to recharge your system unless you have a leak. Other wise you do not need to recharge your system.
No, the leak is propably the compressor shaft seal which is behind the clutch.
Go to an AC specialist, the leak is easily found if you use die when recharging.
This normally indicates a refrigerant leak. STOP USING YOUR AC IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF THIS SMELL!! The fumes from the fluid in your AC system are highly toxic. The leak needs to be sorted out before the AC can be used again.
It can, in some cases.
the easiest way to find a leak is to put some uv dye in the ac system and run it. then in the dark using a uv light the leak will show up, it will glow green, and you will know where the leak is, after fixing the leak clean around the leak to remove the dye so that the next time a leak happens you will be easily able to spot it.
Because it probably has a leak if you have just fixed a leak then you need to put a vacuum on your AC system before you can charge it.
It means that you have a refrigerant leak, and will eventually lose all of your refrigerant. Then your AC won't offer any sufficient cooling, and if you run your AC with an inadequate amount of refrigerant, you'll eventually destroy your AC system. So it means that, if you don't want this to happen, you need to get the leak located and fixed. The presence of air in the AC system indicates a likelihood of a leak (or the leak) being on the low pressure (vacuum) side.
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Yes. Or leak check with nitrogen.
Charge with leak detector
Oily residue from a leak.
With torches and soldering sticks.
A leak in the AC system is what causes the refrigerant to leak out. It could literally be in any part of that system - lines, metering device, schrader valves, compressor, condenser, evaporator coil, etc.
yes...can leak oil from ac bolt...threads into sside of block..must have crack in side of block..