If you noticed in the video, when I turn the A/C off/on it get fixed.. However, this solution is not always achievable many times i have to turn the engine off/on.
I know what an A/C Auto Amp does. That's not what you called it though.A/C auto amp. controls automatic air conditioning system by inputting
and calculating signals from each sensor and each switch. A/C
auto amp. has self-diagnosis function. Diagnosis of automatic air
conditioning system can be performed quickly.
I doesn't look especially clogged but there may be some separation of the fins from the tubes. If so, that would be the first I've heard of it.
SOP is to recharge with dye to detect leaks. I would like to think that they leak-checked the condenser before deciding to replace it.I doesn't look especially clogged but there may be some separation of the fins from the tubes. If so, that would be the first I've heard of it.
Could it be clogged internally from a compressor failure? If so those often can be flushed.
I'm afraid to ask how much $.
I'm skeptical that that is the problem but I've been wrong before. Once or twice.
According to my video above the compressor is shutting down because of it.So then why is it being replaced?
If it isn't leaking, then it's probably either plugged up (internally or externally) or there's enough fin/tube damage to warrant replacement.According to my video above the compressor is shutting down because of it.
I did not talk to the technician yet, he sent a text message to his supervisor saying I can manage with current condenser, but it needs to be replaced.
Previously, they replaced everything except for the condenser.