Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Air-cond Service on Toyota Celica

Air-cond Service on Toyota Celica
- Replacing  air-cond condenser, cooling coil, valve, cabin filter and receiver drier -
The condenser's condition is not satisfied and ready to be replaced.
Internal air-cond service is about to start
Cooiling coil, blower, etc were removed from the car below the dashboard
Doing chemical flushing on the Celica air-cond system.
The cooling coil to be replaced and going to replace
The condenser between old and new

Replacing air-cond compressor on a Nissan Sentra N16

That's the car - Nissan Sentra N16. Front bumper was removed to take out its compressor.

The old compressor was found faulty. The new compressor is going to be installed.

The blower was removed to be cleaned.
Internal service is advisable to be done 1-2 years in order to keep the internal air flow clean.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Installing an air-cond compressor on an Audi A4

Air-cond compressor on an Audi A4

The car vehicle needs to be raised up in order to dismantle the air-cond parts effectively 

Flushed out the dirts from the air-cond system before installing the new compressor

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Adding an Extra Air-cond Fan onto Perodua Kelisa

Air-cond fan added on a Perodua Kelisa

Installation of air-cond fan in progress
Air-cond Fan
Air-cond Fan
Air-cond Fan

Monday, November 18, 2013

Car air cond compressor 

As the heart of the car air cond system, a compressor is a belt driven pump that is fastened to the engine.It has an intake side and a discharge side for compressing and transferring refrigerant gas. It plays a very important role in the system. For better understanding on the compressor, now we have conducted a "big" operation on a Denso. Just to share few photos on its internal piston structure here...
The particulars of the compressor are labeled clearly on its external cover
All the internal small & tiny parts of the compressor
How the "container" looks like
The internal major part of the compressor
Another clear shot on all its internal parts
That's how the piston structure shows