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The Chevy car’s air conditioning system parts are connected by tubes and hoses to form a continuous path. There are two separate sections: a high-pressure side and a low-pressure side. The three primary components are the compressor, condenser, and evaporator. A refrigerant is circulated throughout the system. This enables it to transfer heat from the car’s interior to the outside air. As the refrigerant circulates throughout the air conditioning system, it alternates between a liquid and a gas.
Pressurization, condensation, and vaporization are the three-step process which the refrigerant cycle follows. Once the refrigerant enters the compressor it is pressurized and released through the compressor’s discharge port. As a result of pressurization, the compressor causes the refrigerant vapor to become much hotter than the outside air. By the time it enters the next phase, it will change to a liquid.
After pressurization it is the turn of the compressor to pump the high-pressure refrigerant vapor to the condenser. The condenser is located directly behind the grille in front of the radiator. At the time when outside air is drawn over the condenser by the engine fan, the heat contained in the high-pressure vapor is absorbed by the incoming air. As a result of this, the vapor condenses into a high-pressure liquid, completing what is the next part of the process – condensation.
After leaving the condenser the refrigerant makes its way toward the evaporator. The evaporator is situated within the air handling case beside the blower. After flowing through a metering device the refrigerant enters the evaporator. As a result, there is a considerable drop in pressure, which allows the refrigerant to vaporize at a lower temperature. This vaporization at a lower temperature ensures that the refrigerant absorbs the maximum amount of heat as the blower forces warm air over the evaporator. This completes the vaporization phase, and the heat-laden vapor is once again pushed back into the compressor allowing for the cycle to be repeated again.
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