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Quality Automotive Parts has been providing aftermarket AC condensers for many years to Michigan residents. Michigan residents rely on Quality Automotive Parts for quality condensers for great prices. Just like any other part in your vehicle AC condensers are really important. This is why Quality Automotive Parts is always here for our Michigan residents regarding the purchase of their aftermarket AC condensers. If you have any questions regarding your AC condensers give us a call today.

The AC condenser takes air from inside the vehicle and turns it into cool air. It takes high pressure gas and forms it into a liquid. The liquid then is pushed back inside the vehicle to absorb the heat. It is always a good idea to replace your AC condenser everyone now and then due to it being located in front of your vehicle, due to dirt, trash, and other objects might damage the AC condenser. These are a few ways to know that you need a new AC condenser. If your AC Condenser is blowing hot air then it would need to be checked out. If your AC Condenser has any physical damage. If you notice any rust then you would need to replace your AC Condenser, also check your hoses to see if there isn't any leaks.

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Everyone enjoys air conditioning during a hot summer day. Especially when sitting inside your vehicle, its always great to have your vehicle nice and cool before even entering it, due to the steering wheel might be too hot to touch or even the seat might be too hot to sit on. The way your vehicle stays cool is due to your ac condenser. The condenser looks and acts like your radiator. Your condenser is always sitting in front of your radiator. When coolant enters your radiator to give you heat after it has gone through the engine. In your condenser you have refrigerant gas that enters the condenser to release the heat it has absorbed. The difference between your radiator and condenser is while coolant is a liquid the condenser must take a Freon gas  in order to work its way around the inside of your vehicle. When the vapor enters the AC condenser, it turns into a liquid as it gets colder, this is why its called a condenser. The AC condenser uses moving air when driving or an air blowing fan used by the radiator to adjust temperatures in the Freon. During the warmer seasons, it always a good idea to check your AC condenser for any leaks so that you have it when its time to use it.

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