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    Posted by AMN Admin on June 20, 2023 at 1:17 pm

    1) Air conditioning compressor
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the compressor,
    inspect connections and related components, reassemble, check for leaks.

    2) Air conditioning condenser
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the condenser,
    inspect connections and related components, reassemble, check for leaks.

    3) Air conditioning drier (or accumulator)
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the drier, inspect
    related connections and components, reassemble, check for leaks.

    4) Air conditioning evacuate and charge
    Recover refrigerant, evacuate the system, charge to fill, check for leaks.

    5) Air conditioning expansion valve
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the expansion valve,
    inspect connections and related components, reassemble, check for leaks.

    6) Air conditioning initial testing
    Inspect outlet temperature, pressures, contamination, service valves,
    controls, blower, engine cooling system, belt and tensioner, compressor,
    condenser, evaporator, lines, hoses, sensors, and switches. Perform the
    following if required: Leak test, dye test, and charge up to one pound. Note:
    If slow leakage exists, it may take days, weeks, or sometimes longer for the
    dye to appear at the point of leakage.

    7) Air conditioning initial testing R1234YF
    Inspect outlet temperature, pressures, contamination, service valves,
    controls, blower, engine cooling system, belt, tensioner, compressor,
    condenser, evaporator, lines and hoses, sensors, and switches. Perform
    electronic leak test if needed.

    8) Air conditioning line or hose assembly
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the line or hose,
    inspect connections and related components, reassemble, check for leaks.

    9) Air conditioning maintenance check
    Measure and record air conditioning outlet temperatures and system
    pressures.

    10) Air conditioning system flush
    Remove parts for access as needed. Disconnect required air conditioning
    system components. Clean system of debris using air conditioning flush
    solvent. Reassemble. Check for leaks.

    11) Blower fan motor
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the blower motor,
    inspect the wiring, connectors, and related components, reassemble.

    12) Blower fan resistor
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the blower resistor,
    inspect the wiring, connectors, and related components, reassemble.

    13) Blower fan speed control module
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the blower module,
    inspect the wiring, connectors, and related components, reassemble.

    14) Blower fan switch
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the blower switch,
    inspect the wiring, connectors, and related components, reassemble.

    15) Blower fan testing
    Test and inspect where applicable: Blower motor, blower resistor, blower
    switch, blower control module, wiring, and electrical connectors.

    16) Cabin filter
    Remove parts for access as needed, remove, and install the cabin filter,
    inspect filter housing, clean out debris.

    17) Check for A/C leak locator dye
    Inspect visible areas of the air conditioning system for evidence of leak
    locator dye.

    18) Heater control valve
    Remove parts for access as needed, replace the heater control valve, inspect
    connections and related components, reassemble, check for leaks. NOTE:
    You may initially notice some odor or a small amount of steam (may look
    like smoke) or a few drops under your vehicle. We cleaned these areas;
    however, a small amount of fluid and debris will sometimes remain. Any
    steam or dripping should dissipate quickly.

    19) Heater core
    Remove parts for access as needed, replace the heater core, inspect
    connections and related components, reassemble, check for leaks. NOTE:
    You may initially notice some odor or a small amount of steam (may look
    like smoke) or a few drops under your vehicle. We cleaned these areas;
    however, a small amount of fluid and debris will sometimes remain. Any
    steam or dripping should dissipate quickly.

    20) Heater core flush
    Remove parts for access as needed, disconnect heater hoses at the heater
    core, flush and reverse flush core, reassemble, check for leaks. NOTE: You
    may initially notice some odor or a small amount of steam (may look like
    smoke) or a few drops under your vehicle. We cleaned these areas;
    however, a small amount of fluid and debris will sometimes remain. Any
    steam or dripping should dissipate quickly.

    21) Heater function initial testing
    Test and inspect outlet temperature, coolant level, coolant condition, heater
    valve, heater hoses and pipes, blower fan, controls, sensors, and switches.

    22) Heater pipe
    Remove parts for access as needed, replace the pipe, inspect connections
    and related components, reassemble, check for leaks. NOTE: You may
    initially notice some odor or a small amount of steam (may look like smoke)
    or a few drops under your vehicle. We cleaned these areas; however, a small
    amount of fluid and debris will sometimes remain. Any steam or dripping
    should dissipate quickly.

    23) Heater hose
    Remove parts for access as needed, replace the hose, inspect connections
    and related components, reassemble, check for leaks. NOTE: You may
    initially notice some odor or a small amount of steam (may look like smoke)
    or a few drops under your vehicle. We cleaned these areas; however, a small
    amount of fluid and debris will sometimes remain. Any steam or dripping
    should dissipate quickly.

     

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