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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 it creates a slight excess of water as it travels through all the HVAC components on your Subaru Outback. Between your A/C condenser and the expansion valve is the receiver drier, and it absorbs the water in the line and stores it in a desiccant so the refrigerant can cool your interior. Any time you perform work on your air conditioning system, you must change your Subaru Outback A/C receiver drier or accumulator.
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