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Professional automotive forum for discussion of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning maintenance and repairs. Includes discussion of refrigerants, refrigeration lubricants, system analysis and diagnostics, filtration, HVAC-specific tools & equipment, best practices, and more. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Automotive HVAC Forum

2015 armada passenger temp door
01/05/2020 in the HVAC Forum
[HVAC: 15 Nissan Armada SV 5.6L] This 2015 Nissan Armada with automatic temp control has broken the lever that attaches to the passenger temperature door. This lever is attached to the bottom of the door, and sticks out the bottom of the heater assy. In ...
Big thank you
01/03/2020 in the HVAC Forum
Wanted to give a big thank you to all the help and information on my recent post. Thanks to you guys and some mistakes on my part I was finally able to get it to work properly. You guys really gave ny brain a work out. Thanks again.
challenger compressor
12/31/2019 in the HVAC Forum
[HVAC: 10 Dodge Challenger SE 3.5L] I don't do a lot of A/C work. Replacing the A/C compressor on my 2010 dodge challenger. I recently purchased this car used, has 140,000 miles on it. Compressor locked up, had local shop recover the refrigerant , I want...
Scale update
12/27/2019 in the HVAC Forum
I posted an update yesterday but I don't see it highlighted. Hope I didn't make everyone made. The failed part was a joke. I have not had any replies so curious as to what happened. I really appreciate all the help you guys offered.
12/24/2019 in the HVAC Forum
Dumn question Does the scale read the difference in weight no matter if going up or down? Just got thinking about that and want to make sure that it is measuring how much is coming out of the cannister. Thanks.

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