You bought your Passport because its fuel efficiency and driver satisfaction appealed to your senses; so why would you be okay with second best when it comes to the highest quality auto parts? When your Honda Passport left the factory, it was destined for a person with discerning taste who wants driver satisfaction in their automobile. The vehicle in your driveway is head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to all the cars, trucks, and SUVs these days. Anyone who drives a Honda knows that when it comes to maintaining their automobile only the absolute best replacement parts will do.
Keeping the interiors of our cars and trucks cool and comfortable has been possible since HVAC was pioneered around 70 years ago. The air conditioning uses a refrigerant called R134a to fuel a thermal reaction that emits cold air, and the A/C condenser on your Honda Passport 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 will usually find your Honda Passport A/C condenser mounted at the front of your vehicle near the radiator, as that is the easiest place to soak up air while your car is driving. 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.
Don't let a broken A/C Condenser bring about the demise of your car, truck, or SUV, and don't gamble with its condition by using anything but the highest quality repair parts. Given all the hassles associated with fixing broken parts on your car or truck, let www.carpartsdiscount.com be the most authoritative website you go to make purchasing it easy. At Car Parts Discount, we have real customer support agents available with enough expertise to help you purchase the appropriate Honda Passport part for your needs. When it comes to Honda Passport A/C Condenser parts, you can find them for 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994 models by clicking the appropriate year below.