How Does the Air Conditioning System Work?
There's no better feeling than cold air on a hot summer day. Air conditioning works the same for all Mopar cars, trucks, and SUVs. To put it simply, the systems run on a high-pressure gas (refrigerant). And no matter what you drive, all AC systems use the same parts, including a compressor, condenser, expansion valve, receiver/drier or accumulator, and evaporator.
How Often Should I Inspect my AC System?
The answer depends on how the air is feeling as you drive your car. If you're feeling refreshed when you jump inside, you may not have to inspect it. If the air isn't cold enough or it's taking a long time for your vehicle to cool down, you'll want to check your AC system.
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Now that you know more about the parts of your air conditioning system, you can order the parts you need right here through our website. If you have any questions along the way, our parts specialists are here to assist you. Place and order today, and we will ship it to you as soon as possible. Buy now and save!
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