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Mini How to do stuff(s) by Neel K. Sanghi

Here you will find instructions on how to do stuff like fix your car's A/C, and other stuff.

This is a new page as of 4-15-07... this is not yet a complete how to... I'll remove this when it is done...

A/C Repair

Car A/C systems are actually really simple to repair. In most basic systems you have only a few basic components: compressor, refridgerant, receiver/dryer, accumulator, expansion valve or orfice tube, codenser and evaporator.

You have two accepted refridgerants R12, and R134a for automotive A/C's in the US. This isn't to say that just about any compressed gas wouldn't work, because most any would. Some may be more hazardous and less effecient. Perhaps even the molecular size of the substitute gas may be too small to be retained by the walls of the A/C hoses designed for the original refridgerant.

Anyway, you basically check your compressor to see if engages. If yes, then find the leak through using UV dye oil/refridgerant. This will leak out anywhere there is a leak in the A/C and you can then see them with a UV light (ideally). If the/a leak is in the evaporator core than it will be invisible.

News:
6-5-2016
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7-10-2008
Oneliner Feature Disabled to restore focus on permament content.

12-22-2007
Added Oneliner Feature

12-10-2007
Neelsanghi.com is being re-evaluated

5-1-2007
Auxilary send-to feature functioning on Sanghi IT web-to-cell

4-27-2007
NeelSanghi.com Explorer repaired/updated

4-15-2007
Search engine repaired.

4-11-2007
Making some changes, evolve with me.

7-2006
Sanghi IT Labs.

10-16-2006
Free Open Source DVD playing software added to the Downloads section.

7-26-2005:
Sanghi IT Labs unveils the all new neelsanghi.com

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