The automobile evaporator unit is a component of the air-conditioning system. Its function is that the low-temperature condensed gas passes through the evaporator, exchanges heat with the outside air, liquefies and absorbs heat, and achieves the effect of cooling. The evaporator unit is generally installed on the passenger side of the instrument panel, including the evaporator housing, evaporator core, and some models also include expansion valves and damper control motors.
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The air conditioner evaporator is a small radiator in the dashboard, which can provide cold air for the automatic air conditioning system. It is called an evaporator because there, the frozen liquid refrigerant gas absorbs any heat from the air blown through it, then becomes gaseous (evaporates), and then returns to the air conditioning condenser to dissipate heat. The process is repeated continuously. As a result, the air coming out of the air conditioner is very cold.
The under dash ac is usually hidden inside the dashboard of the vehicle and can be laborious to replace, so it is necessary to fully charge the system. A rupture of the heater core will cause engine coolant to leak into the footwell. Unlike the case of a evaporator core rupture, a leak in the evaporator will only release refrigerant vapor. Blocked drainage channels are a common cause of water in the forefoot pit.
Post time: Nov-12-2020