Having problems with your 2007 Ford V6 Pony Coupe ?

Condenser keeps on popping

\015 After driving about 30 kilos I have ti replace the conderser\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-03-2018

Answers :

Okay, you may have a blockage in the system or are overfilling the system. The dryer is suppose to be replaced when the system is exposed to the atmosphere. Do not overfill the oil lubricant.

Next, you have 2 Automatic shutoff valves. A low pressure shutoff and a high pressure shutoff. The threads of the high pressure shutoffs are much the same as each other. Their rating in PSI is different by the spring tension inside the switch. For instance, if your sytem should have a 300 PSI-350PSI range it is suppose to cut off the compressor clutch in those limits. But if a 400PSI switch were installed, it can certainly give you these problems and the wrong switch will probably twist into position unnoticed.

The Part# is stamped on the barrel of the switch but you will need a Parts book to see the PSI rating for that switch. The numbers will look similar to the stampings on a PCV valve casing.

A few other tips: There is a difference in the viscosity of the compressor oil from different makers, use the correct one(its like motor oil grades). When filling the Freon, there are 2 types and there are different sizes of containers. In the states, we go by ounces and you can easily end up with a partially discharged can.

I hope my solution was helpful and would be curious to find out how this repair ended.
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