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compressors, evaporators, condensers, accumulators, orifice tubes, expansion valves, weld-on-barbs, splicer barbs, engine cooling fan, hoses and belts, receiver/dryers

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AUTO AIR AND ELECTRIC OF TAMPA CONDENSER
Auto Air & Electric of Tampa sells a complete inventory of New & Remanufactured parts. We are a manufacturer and distributor of automobile air conditioning parts and provide automobile air conditioning service and repair. We order supplies directly from the after market manufacturers, if we don't have what you need in stock, we can make it for you.

 

In a car, air conditioning system is undoubtedly the most important part. If it stops working passengers would have the toughest time while driving. Let’s assume you are driving Honda car, a brand known for its style and luxury and most of all – its great looks. Now, while the driving it is mandatory to know some basics about the car parts such as Honda condenser, radiator etc. Imagine you are in the mid of a lonely road where there is nothing, you and your car alone and suddenly your AC stops working. It is a hot sunny day. A tough situation, where no one should be, but now if this is the situation you are in you can escape either. Now what? It is a testing time for you – how good you know your car!

AC system is a very important component in any car which can trouble you anytime. Do you know what is the most important part which helps in its functioning – it is the condenser! This is a very crucial component of the cooling system, set up in front of the radiator. Your Honda condenser does a very important job of cooling the high-pressure vapor which comes out from the compressor. If the condenser is dirty, the cooling would be affected due to the obstruction to the airflow. Now, if you want a proper AC functioning, you need to clean the condenser properly as this will lead to a free airflow, providing efficient cooling. Another major reason which can hinder the cooling in your car is the blockage in the tube and metering wall due to dirt which can further cause a blockade of the refrigerant to the evaporator. Due to this reason, the cooling level can reduce and in the worst case it can damage the inner components of the AC system.

Thus, it is very important to maintain your AC components. Do proper cleaning from time to time and keep your AC system healthy!

 

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