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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

What is this and what is it for?
03/18/2019 in the HVAC Forum
Hello, The item I am I question of is a small (valve?) that is on the hose block from the compressor. It is the source of leakage from this system. Curiosity demands I ask what is it there for? It is leaking from the center hollow appearing part. It is on...
Aftermarket AC system
03/15/2019 in the HVAC Forum
[HVAC: 13 Jeep Wrangler Sport 3.6L] Customer bought this Jeep with out factory air, and wants to install aftermarket system. Any one done this and/or could suggest where to purchase this kit? Thanks!
2002 Elantra Heater Core/Dash
03/14/2019 in the HVAC Forum
[HVAC: 02 Hyundai Elantra GLS 2.0L] Having trouble removing dash to replace heater core. It seems to be stuck on the three mounts/pins located at top of panel at lower windshield/firewall area. I can see barely see two of them and for the life of me can ...
A/C cutting in and Out
02/25/2019 in the HVAC Forum
[HVAC: 05 Ford F-150 Lariat 5.4L] Thanks in advance for your assistance I'm on leave must returning to duty tomorrow. I have got a lot of extra time so I reaching out to IATN for a few idea and quick looks. My wife's 2005 F150 Electronic A/C control head...
1234yf kilograms how do you sell it?
02/14/2019 in the HVAC Forum
our Robinair 1234yf machine measures refrigerant in kilograms, one kg is over 35 oz, most new cars hold less than a kilogram so the amount used to charge is in fraction of a kg, searching for a way to price 1234yf in our POS system that everyone will unde...

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