Obviously, you didn't buy your Classic unless you understood you would be getting performance and American style both rolled up into one car, truck, or SUV. American Motors automobile owners have grown accustomed to a certain level of reliability when driving their Classic around town. Anyone who owns a American Motors knows that when it comes to maintaining their car, truck, or SUV only the most superior replacement parts will do. You picked your Classic because its dependability and long-lasting quality appealed to your senses; so why would you be okay with anything but the best when it comes to superior quality auto parts?
We may take this for granted, but it wasn't until the 1950s that vehicles were equipped with reliable air conditioning. The air conditioning uses a refrigerant called R134a to fuel a thermal reaction that emits cold air, and the A/C condenser on your American Motors Classic changes the pressurized refrigerant from an extremely hot temperature to a more neutral temperature before it gets expanded into a gas. You will usually find your American Motors Classic A/C condenser mounted at the front of your vehicle near the radiator, because that is the best place for it to absorb the air stream as your car or truck moves down the road. If you notice the A/C condenser is leaking, then you will likely notice your air conditioning blowing lukewarm air as a result of the lack of refrigerant.
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