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.
Filter drier is used in an A/C system to take moisture out of the system. It is installed on the liquid line.
Either on top of the air drier at passenger side near firewall (May have to remove plastic shield) or in line from air drier
There is a low pressure switch located on the suction accumulator/drier which is located under the hood of the engine compartment. Standing in front of the engine compartment look straight down a little to your right up close to the engine radiator and see the drier. There are 2 refrigerant lines and an electrical connection on the drier, this connector is connected to the low pressure switch on the drier. Hope this helps you. Serg.............
you can buy one from Majestic Honda for around $600 or an aftermarket for around $900. or you can go to a junkyard and remove the parts from any civic 1989-1991. go ahead and buy a gasket kit for r134 and a new drier/receiver for about $200 plus evacuation and charging costs. Great thing about hondas is that the wiring is already where you need it except for one harness which runs from the evaporator under the dash to the compressor
Follow lines from compressor--Larger one is low side--Port maybe at the rear of engine passenger side near the drier
on the recever drier for a/c system
Climate controlAir conditioning
The ac system has several components. The compressor is mounted on the front of the engine, while the drier is mounted in the ac lines. The Cooler is mounted in front of the radiator.
The low pressure ac port is on the left side of the engine bay. It is on the side of the ac drier, and is usually covered by a plastic blue cap.
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The filter/receiver/drier is an integral part of your car's A/C system that has been designed primarily to trap moisture, effectively removing it from the system and preventing corrosive damage to the A/C system. This 'drying' action is chemical in nature, so it can't go on endlessly, this is why it is very important to replace the filter/receiver/drier at intervals.
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.
The Namib desert is drier.
moon is drier by a factor of 1000
Antarctica is drier than Australia.
Moosie Drier was born on August 6, 1964.
drier couse when we have vapor air is wet and when we lost it makes air drier.
May be on top of the accumulator/drier at the rear passenger side of the engine by the firewall
on the drier cylinder loking thing in the right passenger side of the engine compartment.
On the passenger side of the engine, on top of the air conditioning system accumulator/drier (can) not too far from your heater/air conditioning electric fan motor. It has a plastic dust cap covering the valve.
It is basically a tie. Some claim Antarctica is drier in some locations, others say the Atacama is drier.
It takes a refrigerant recovery system to properly work on the a/c I agree almost all ac work should be left to the pros. Also anytime the ac system is opened up the evaporator or drier must be replaced in order for most part dealers to warranty any other ac components.