It's not a regular occurrence that you find yourself in need of a replacement A/C Receiver Drier & Accumulator to repair your car or truck. Your Acura dealership isn't the only place to buy trusted repair parts to fix your RL. Make no mistake, you didn't buy your RL unless you wanted to buy long-lasting quality and dependability both impeccably combined into one car, truck, or SUV. When your Acura RL was born, it was destined for a person with discerning taste who prioritizes Japanese engineering in their automobile.
We may take this for granted, but it wasn't until the 1950s that vehicles were equipped with reliable air conditioning. The lifeblood of the air conditioning system is a refrigerant called R134a. The refrigerant emits cold air after a simple thermal reaction, and it tends to accumulate moisture as it cycles through the HVAC system in your Acura RL. Between your A/C condenser and the expansion valve is the receiver drier, and it separates the water from the refrigerant so that it can go on to cool your passenger compartment. Each time your vehicle's air conditioning gets serviced and parts are replaced, you must change your Acura RL A/C receiver drier or accumulator.
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