Obviously, you bought your Safari because you knew that you wanted performance and great value both impeccably combined into one automobile. GMC car, truck, or SUV drivers have become used to a certain level of reliability when driving their Safari around town. You purchased your Safari because its reliability and longevity struck a chord inside you; so why would you be okay with second best when it comes to the highest quality auto parts? Your GMC dealership isn't the only place to find trusted replacement parts for your Safari.
Ever since the 1950s, cars and trucks have been built with either standard or optional climate control systems. The air conditioning uses a refrigerant called R134a to fuel a thermal reaction that emits cold air, and it tends to accumulate moisture as it cycles through the HVAC system in your GMC Safari. 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 GMC Safari A/C receiver drier or accumulator.
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