Where is the Ac Orifice Tube Located

The A/C orifice tube is located in the evaporator housing. It is a small, round tube that has a screen on one end and an adjustable valve on the other. The orifice tube is used to meter the flow of refrigerant into the evaporator. The Ac Orifice Tube is located in the air conditioner. It … Read more

How to Clean Iac Valve Without Removing

The IAC valve is located between the throttle body and the intake manifold. It controls the amount of air that flows into the engine. The IAC valve can become dirty over time and may need to be cleaned. To clean the IAC valve without removing it, you will need to disconnect the negative battery terminal. … Read more

Car Ac Compressor Stays Running

The compressor is the heart of the air conditioning system, pumping refrigerant through the system. If the compressor stays on after the engine is turned off, it may be because there is too much pressure in the system or there is a leak in the system. If your car’s AC compressor stays running after you … Read more

Cadillac Won’T Start But Lights Come on

If your Cadillac won’t start but the lights come on, it could be a sign of a problem with the battery, starter, or alternator. If the battery is dead, the car won’t start. If the starter is bad, the engine won’t turn over. And if the alternator is failing, the battery won’t stay charged. Any … Read more

Belt Squeals When Ac is on

A belt squeal when the AC is on is most likely caused by a loose or damaged serpentine belt. The serpentine belt is responsible for powering the AC compressor, and if it’s not tight enough or has any damage, it can cause a squealing noise. If the problem is a loose belt, you can try … Read more

Ac Compressor Engages But Won’T Take Freon

There are a few reasons why your AC compressor might engage but won’t take Freon. One possibility is that there’s a leak in the system and the Freon is escaping before it can get to the compressor. Another possibility is that the compressor itself isn’t working properly and needs to be replaced. If you’re not … Read more