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Latest AC Condenser Repair and Installation Advice

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AC condenser fan retrofit

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Question From 123 on AC condenser fan retrofit

It's almost midnight, and the temperature outside is 38°C (100°F) at the moment. Basically, it's starting to get really hot and it isn't uncommon to see temperatures over 50°C (122°F) during the day.

I try to keep my AC condenser as clean as possible, despite the dust, and pressure rinse it once every two weeks or so. But I'm wanting to boost my air conditioning's cooling ability on the Pontiac GTO a bit further by installing a condenser fan in front of the condenser.

It will be a big help when you're stuck in bumper to bumper traffic at noon. I'm just wondering if anybody's retro fitted this on any vehicle before, especially if it was a Pontiac GTO. I'm aiming for a factory-like installation as much as possible. I assume a relay will be required for this modification? How would one go about wiring it so that the fan only operates when the air conditioning's on?

Thanks!

P.s. What would be more beneficial, one 14" fan or two 9" fans?

Response From Hammer Time

This is only going to help if you have inadequate air flow across the condenser now. If you already have a good fan, it isn't going to help and I'm betting it's got sufficient fan now.

Are you getting a substantial duct temp rise when you slow down now?

Response From nickwarner

So you're telling me that Wangsu Inc in Los Angeles has the only Grand Marquis with a Chevrolet engine that has ever existed.

You are busted and you are banned. Please feel free to tell your spammer friends that this site doesn't tolerate your crap and all mods can see your IP address.

Response From blazex

So you're telling me that Wangsu Inc in Los Angeles has the only Grand Marquis with a Chevrolet engine that has ever existed.

You are busted and you are banned. Please feel free to tell your spammer friends that this site doesn't tolerate your crap and all mods can see your IP address.

This is 123

Banned??? Why? Because i mistakenly said Grand Marquis instead of GTO?? I'd already edited it! Isn't that why the edit function is there for? On what basis was it decided to ban me? Surely it can't be because my post is from LA. That would be retarded! It can't be because i said Grand Marquis (a car i usually drive) instead of GTO (which i immediately edited), that would be stupid!

And how was it decided that i am a spammer? The following is Wikipedia's description of spamming:
"Electronic spamming is the use of electronic messaging systems to send unsolicited bulk messages (spam), especially advertising, indiscriminately."

How do i fit the above description? I am clearly not advertising or promoting anything! The post clearly looks like a legitimate problem without any alterior motives.

Id been online searching for information and a forum to post this issue in for HOURS before coming across your website and deciding that it was the best place to sign up to and ask in.
And if where i am posting from is so important then it is Kuwait. My IP is probably showing LA cz that is where my browser's server is probably located. I am using UC browser mini on my android. Why don't you look it up.

Anyway, thanks for your hospitality. I will look for an answer somewhere else. Feel free to ban this account as well.

Response From Hammer Time

123,
You are correct that you haven't done anything wrong and your question seems legitimate at this time. The fact that you are using a proxy server is suspicious but I will give you the benefit of the doubt and reinstate your original user name. I am however disabling the second user account that you created as we don't allow multiple accounts.

Response From kev2

123 LETS START OVER -

tell year of vehicle which engine.... anything you can add.

Adding elec fans to a GM is a well documented swap.
BUT getting a oider GTO to cool that will take tweaking... thats why specific ie eng, year is so important.

Response From Hammer Time

Kev, this is not an old GTO. It's a 2004 and it doesn't have a cooling problem, he is trying to make the AC cooler on a car that already has an electric fan.

Response From Hammer Time

I kinda doubt this guy will come back anyway.

Response From kev2

my bad - thought was in a different direction.
evacuate - weigh - recharge to spec and advise.


PS - is vehicle STOCK - 100% GM parts and as delivered?

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Wait a minute I saw Grand Marquis and now I see Pontiac GTO..which is it?

It's almost midnight, and the temperature outside is 38°C (100°F) at the moment. Basically, it's starting to get really hot and it isn't uncommon to see temperatures over 50°C (122°F) during the day.I try to keep my AC condenser as clean as possible, despite the dust, and pressure rinse it once every two weeks or so. But I'm wanting to boost my air conditioning's cooling ability on the Grand Marquis a bit further by installing a condenser fan in front of the condenser and behind the grille.My Montero came with this as standard from the factory, and it really helps when you're stuck in bumper to bumper traffic at noon. I'm hoping this will also help the ATF and PSF cooler mounted directly behind the AC condenser as well.I'm just wondering if anybody's retro fitted this on any vehicle before, especially if it was a Panther platform vehicle. I'm aiming for a factory-like installation as much as possible, and would like to make use of connectors as opposed to hard wiring things together. I assume a relay will be required for this modification? How would one go about wiring it so that the fan only operates when the air conditioning's on?Thanks!

Response From Discretesignals

Which year?

Response From 123

Which year?

04 LS1

Honda Civic AC condenser

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Question From mj's_civic on Honda Civic AC condenser

I just had the a/c in my 1999 honda civic repaired: new compressor and dryer. It cost me $850. But now the mechanic says I need a new condenser because the high pressure is outside of the appropriate range. The pressure now reads 350, he says it should be around 300.He thinks there may be some blockage in the condenser, and that it would cost $330 for parts and labor to replace. Is this really a problem? Should I even bother with replacing the condenser?

thanks,
MJ

Response From Tom Greenleaf

300psi is too high also! High side at 1,500 RPM should not exceed 2.5 times the ambient temp in F. measured in front of the condenser. Is fans(s) working properly? Is it cooling well now?

If condenser is blocked can it just be blown out and a receiver drier if equipped would be a more likely blockage after a blown compressor??

If working well now you may be ok. You could rent some gauges yourself and see what's going on or buy some. High side should cut off compressor at pressures in the high300s to save the compressor from overworking. Hmmm,

T

Response From mj's_civic Top Rated Answer

Thank you for your prompt response, Tom. They blew out as much debris as possible and then installed a new compressor and dryer. The a/c works well now so I assume the fans are working properly. According to the mechanic, when the compressor blew out, there was metal to metal contact and metal flakes were circulated. He thinks this caused the blockage in the condenser. Is this a common problem? If the condenser is the beginning of the a/c unit, would the blockage eventually ruin the new compressor?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Debris from a smoked compressor will be trapped in the first and smallest spots. A drier aka filter would catch much. As much as one teaspoon of junk will stop the show!! Systems with the problems you had should have been flushed out.

They use a flush or lacquer thinner (bad for paint) and blow it out. You never get the last shred without replacing everything in the car. Follow the line from the compressor to the condenser. There may be a drier in that line. Ah ha! That would get messed up first. Some cars (most) don't use those any more. A new condenser would help this but I don't see why it can't be cleared out?? That would require recovering the refrigerant, do the work, add proper amount of oil and vac and charge up again.

If you look again at the high side (smaller of the two) plumbing to the condenser and on to expansion valve it will have a spark plug looking switch with two or three wires that will cut off the compressor at high pressures. If all is working it should prevent blowing up another compressor all by itself.

Compressor would benefit from not having to work as hard as it is right now and will shorten its life so decide what you want to do. I don't think just the condenser will address all the problems,

T

Dodge neon brakes

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Question From RedGoldman on Dodge neon brakes

2005 Dodge Neon SXT. My daughter rear-ended someone. The front end damage to the body and radiator/AC condenser has been an easy fix. However, the brakes don't work. They worked great pre-accident. Car has to be stopped by using the emergency brake. The power steering is also jacked. Is this a fluids issue? I'm no mechanic, but I have skills. Any input would be greatly appreciated! Thank you

Response From RedGoldman Top Rated Answer

I'm not driving the vehicle. I moved it from the street into my driveway.

Response From Discretesignals

Your driving the vehicle with no brakes? That isn't too smart.

Did you inspect the brake lines, power steering lines, and fluid levels for those systems? How does the brake pedal feel? You really shouldn't be learning how to do things on your daughter's vehicle that are major safety items. You should really have that vehicle inspected by your local mechanic. They might see something that you don't.

Response From kev2

simple first -
did you check fluid levels PS and brakes?
does thus model have ABS?
Are there any brake warning lights amber or red colored?
did air bags deploy?
have you scanned for codes?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

! You've had an accident! So what's the real question? You fix what was physically damaged. Take you at your word brakes worked before and now don't so apparently since it runs it has broken a brake line and whatever you mean with power steering that too.


Don't drive this car till fixed please! You might find it's damaged a lot worse than you think?


T