How do car AC systems work? How can you recharge your car’s AC system? The process involves numerous components, including the AC compressor, condenser, dryer, expansion valve, evaporator, and accumulator, which each play a role in cooling air that passes into the cabin. Recharging a car’s AC system which is low on refrigerant is made very simple with AC Pro’s all-in-one kit. The process involves adding refrigerant to the low pressure port until a desired pressure is reached, as described in the video. A big thank you to AC Pro for sponsoring the video! #Ad
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