Chevrolet car, truck, or SUV owners have become used to a certain level of dependability when driving their V20 Suburban around town. You purchased your V20 Suburban because its dependability and long-lasting quality agreed with your nature; so why would you be okay with anything but the best when it comes to the highest quality auto parts? Your Chevrolet dealership isn't the only place to find the highest quality repair parts to fix your V20 Suburban. It's not all the time that you find yourself in need of a replacement A/C Receiver Drier & Accumulator for your car or truck.
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 Chevrolet V20 Suburban. Your car's A/C receiver drier is installed between the condenser and the expansion valve, and it separates the water from the refrigerant so that it can go on to cool your passenger compartment. Whenever you disconnect any of the A/C hoses on your car or truck, you must change your Chevrolet V20 Suburban A/C receiver drier or accumulator.
At Car Parts Discount, we have live customer service members here with enough expertise to help you purchase the appropriate Chevrolet V20 Suburban part for your needs. When your Chevrolet requires a top quality replacement A/C Receiver Drier & Accumulator, there's no need to trust any store other than the authority, Car Parts Discount. Don't let a A/C Receiver Drier & Accumulator repair spell the end of your car, truck, or SUV, and don't gamble with its condition by installing anything but the best repair parts. All the Chevrolet V20 Suburban A/C Receiver Drier & Accumulator parts on this page will fit vehicles made in 1988, 1987. Choose your year below to refine your search.