Your car's engine is the power source for both the heating and air conditioning systems. The heat is a byproduct of the engine's combustion process, which is absorbed by the coolant in your car's radiator.
The desired temperature and flow of warm air is triggered by the heating system by a series of air ducts, blower motor and fan, and temperature and duct controls. Browse through all our services to know more about what we do.
Don't sweat it out anymore during the hot summer months. The compressor in your AC is the pump that pressurizes and circulates refrigerant through the system; whereas, the condenser gives up heat, converting the gas to liquid as the refrigerant flows through. Talk to our team to find out how you can best maintain your car's AC.
The receiver / dryer or accumulator is where clean, dry refrigerant is stored as it circulates through the system.
The orifice tube or expansion valve is a metering device that controls the flow of refrigerant within the system.
This is one of the heat exchangers in a vehicle's AC system. The refrigerant enters the evaporator core as a liquid. Heat from the air converts this liquid refrigerant back into a gas, cooling the air before it enters your car. Do you have more questions? Call Taylor Tire and Automotive in Spring, TX, and we'll help you find the answers.
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