Cold refrigerant enters your car evaporator through a series of intake tubes at the same time as warm air arrives from the engine. This warm air is absorbed by the colder refrigerant - that is used instead of typical coolant in the case of a radiator - and this produces humidity that settles on the surface of the evaporator. It is then the job of this part to turn this into condensation that will eventually make its way through to the compressor. The main problem that can develop inside
- like most cooling and heating parts - is leakage. The extreme pressure changes and general wear and tear, such as failed welds or worn connectors, can cause the fluid to leave before they get to their destination. This can cause the related parts to overheat resulting in serious damage to your cooling system. You can buy new, cheap car evaporators here at Car Parts 4 Less with the assistance of our handy parts finder tool, and customers from the British mainland can take advantage of our fast and free delivery service.
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