Obviously, you bought your I1000 because you wanted to buy performance and rugged design both rolled up into one automobile. GMC automobile enthusiasts have become used to a certain level of reliability when driving their I1000 around town. When your GMC I1000 rolled off the assembly line, it was destined for a person with discerning taste who values longevity in their automobile. While it's not hard to find replacement parts for GMC vehicles, these days the necessity for nothing but the highest quality are required to repair your automobile.
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 GMC I1000 acts like a radiator (it also looks like one) by cooling the refrigerant after it leaves the compressor, and then sends it to the drier and expansion valve. You can locate your GMC I1000 A/C condenser sitting right in front of your radiator, because that is the best place for it to absorb the air stream as your car or truck moves down the road. If your A/C condenser has sprung a leak, then you will likely notice your air conditioning blowing lukewarm air as a result of the lack of refrigerant.
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