There’s nothing worse than the sudden cessation of air-condensation-control systems that shut down your entire car in an emergency.
The problem comes when the system is inoperable, and it’s hard to diagnose and fix it.
That’s why automakers often offer a repair kit, which includes an air-to -air compressor, a replacement air-con compressor, and a coolant pump.
In this case, you can use the repair kit to install a new compressor, the new compressor is equipped with a more robust cooling system, and you also have the air compressor installed and connected to the new cooling system.
Here’s how to do it.
The first step to installing a new air-cooled compressor is to install an air intake and coolant line to the compressor, then install the air conditioning system.
Next, install the compressor’s new cooling and cooling system wiring harness.
The air intake, or air intake hose, connects to the air filter and compressor housing.
The air filter is the section that connects the compressor to the car’s radiator.
The cooling system is the part that connects to a cooling fan or radiator.
In the diagram below, the lines connect to the radiator and air intake housing.
To install the cooling system to the cooler, you’ll need to cut a piece of aluminum tubing about 5 feet long and 5 feet wide.
Use a drill and a screwdriver to cut the tubing.
When you’re done, you should have something like this:Attach the air intake to the coolant system with the tubing, and install the fan or other cooling fan.
You’ll also need to attach the air conditioner.
Once the cooling fan is installed, the air condensation-condenser and air filter are attached to the fan, and the air is cooled.
Once the cooling fans and air conditioners are in place, connect the air flow to the system.
You should see a little blue line going from the air supply to the cooling air system.
If it doesn’t, check the air line connection with the air exchanger.
The system should be working.