The AC condenser would effect the performance of the AC system in the car.
Possibly over heating and worst case scenario a blown engine.
Ignition- The condenser goes as close to the points as possible or feasible, its purpose is to absorb left over energy so that a spark is not created that will erode the contact points (it's really just a capacitor). Air Conditioning- the condenser is the portion of the system that cools the compressed refrigerant to a non-boiling state, and is after the compressor.
Similar function to a car radiator or an air conditioning condenser. The heat from the fluid is pressurized to build up heat. As it passes through the heat exchanger, the heat from the heated fluid is exhanged to the ambient air which passes through the cooling fins.
No, it's part of the air conditioning system.
"ITS PART OF THE COOLING SYSTEM?? " That is what the part is, not what it does. The Condenser, condenses the refrigerant while releasing heat that was in the car. Allowing the system to cool the inside of the car.
Refrigerant compaticilty is about suiting the refrigerant to your refrigerant system. Every cooling system has refrigerant in it which depends on the type of system you use. If the refrigerant not matches with your system, it wont work. This is refrigerant compatibility.
The condenser is a coil in a refrigeration system. It is on the low pressure side and is exposed to ambient air temp. The refrigerant goes through that and is cooled off and is then sent to the compressor.
Air conditioning relies largely on the ram air effect. As it circulates through the system, the refrigerant becomes superheated and cooled at various points in the air conditioning system, and will change states from a vapor to a liquid. From the compressor, the refrigerant comes out as a high pressure vapor, and enters the condenser. The condenser is essentially a heat exchanger, which requires the refrigerant to be hotter than the ambient air temperature outside. When a vehicle suddenly decelerates, the cooling effects of the ram air effect are reduced, and heat exchange isn't conducted as efficiently as when the vehicle is in motion.
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The refrigerant is for the entire air conditioner system not just for the condenser units. First, this question is not specific! There is whole bunch air conditioner condenser. Each manufacture design different condenser capacity. I might come back to this question.
In vapour compressor refrigeration system the low pressure and temperature vapour refrigerant from evaporator is compressed. where it is compressed to a high pressure and temperature. From compressor refrigerant goes to condenser where where it changes the phase. from condenser refrigerant goes to evaporator through expansion device.
* Have the refrigerant discharged and recycled by an air condition technician * Disconnect the negative battery cable and drain the cooling system * Disconnect the condenser line and discharge line from the condenser.Cap the fittings on the conderser * Remove the radiator * Remove the condenser retaining bolts * Lean the condenser back toward the engine and remove it from the car
I have never heard of any wiring to a condenser on any car. The condenser carries the refrigerant in an air conditioner system.