The filter/receiver/drier is an integral part of your car's A/C system that has been designed primarily to trap moisture, effectively removing it from the system and preventing corrosive damage to the A/C system.
This 'drying' action is chemical in nature, so it can't go on endlessly, this is why it is very important to replace the filter/receiver/drier at intervals.
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The compressor compresses air and send it to either a wet tank or directly to the air dryer. Oil and moisture in the compressed air are absorbed by the desiccant in the air dryer canister. When the compressor signals cut out, it also send a signal to the dryer to open the purge valve, which purges the canister.
Depending on the system type - A Freon gas - R134a (R12) P.A.G Oil High Pressure Pipes Low pressure pipes Compressor Condenser + Condenser fan Receiver/dryer - including a 'desiccant' type substance (Calcium oxide) Expansion Valve or Orifice Tube Evaporator Geoff3bee
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The remote has a radio transmitter built in. The car has a receiver connected to the car locks. The signal from the remote turns on certain circuits in the receiver causing the doors to lock or unlock.
The 1994 Mazda 929 dryer receiver is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The dryer receiver will be on the passenger side of the firewall.
The Receiver Dryer is on the driver's side of the condensor, behind the front bumper. It's the long, silver cannister.
On the passenger side there is a port on the receiver/dryer. The receiver/dryer is located next to the pluming box under the hood.
The receiver dryer is the can looking thing next to the evaporator.
Usually on or near the receiver/dryer.
It is on or close to the receiver dryer. GoodluckJoe
Find the receiver/dryer, it's the can with the rounded ends, near the firewall, drivers side. The low pressure port is near the receiver/dryer, between the receiver/dryer and the compressor. High side is between the compressor and the condenser. The condenser is the part that looks much like a radiator and sits in front of the radiator.
The low pressure service port which should be located on the receiver/dryer.
On the receiver/dryer.
By the firewall, under the hood, passanger side. The receiver/dryer is about the size of a large tin can. The low pressure port is on the line that leads out of the receiver/dryer.
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Low pressure test ports are near the receiver/dryer on most vehicles. If you can't find it near the firewall, check between the receiver/dryer and the compressor. A few vehicles don't have a low pressure test port. In that case, the system is tested by pulling the low pressure sensor, jumping it and connecting the gauges directly to the receiver/dryer. But check the entire length of the low pressure line before you do that.