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Buick A/C Condenser

Great Buick vehicles need great parts... obviously.

Granted, you bought your Buick for its value and efficiency. But you have to keep it running by using the best replacement A/C Condenser parts possible. Your vehicle is renowned for dependability and a trusted name, which is possibly the best reason for owning it. If your Buick has broken down and needs some replacement parts, then we're the place for you. A/C Condenser failure can border on dangerous for any driver.

Don't ignore problems with the A/C Condenser in your car or truck.

Your Buick vents don't magically generate and blow frosty air on demand; a chemical and physical reaction is actually at work the whole time. Pressurized refrigerant departs the compressor at a very high temperature, and the A/C condenser then has to take over and cool it quickly. When the refrigerant leaves the A/C condenser, a desiccant inside your receiver drier removes moisture before it is sent to the expansion valve where it turns into a gas. Once it is in that state, the evaporator core and blower motor can quickly cool it; producing the cold air that you enjoy while driving your Buick.

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