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2016 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser APDI - Condenser

P311-431FE22    7013987  New

68073679AA , 7-3987 , 3987

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APDI A/C Condenser
  • A/C Condenser
  • Condenser
  • Product Attributes:
    • Comments: Includes Receiver/drier
    • Construction: Parallel Flow
    • Core Depth (in): 5/8
    • Core Height (in): 12-1/4
  • Condenser - Fiat
Brand: APDI
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Vehicle
2016 - Fiat 500
CSF Radiator
2012 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser 4 Cyl 1.4L CSF Radiator

P311-5A2C5B7    10755  New

FI3030100 , 68073679AA , 3987

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$89.59
CSF Radiator A/C Condenser
  • A/C Condenser
  • Product Attributes:
    • Box Height (In): 16 3/4
    • Box Length (In): 34 5/6
    • Box Width (In): 2 3/4
    • Construction: Parallel Flow
    • Core Thickness (In): 5/8
    • Inlet Tube: Block Fitting
    • Outlet Tube: Block Fitting
  • Over 30 million units sold;ISO/TSO certified factories;Best packaging in the Industry
Brand: CSF Radiator
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2012 - Fiat 500 L 4 Cyl 1.4L 83 1368
Global Parts
2012 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser 4 Cyl 1.4L Global Parts

P311-1AC772F    3987  New

Qty:
$82.24
  • 2012-2013 500
Brand: Global Parts
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2012 - Fiat 500 L 4 Cyl 1.4L 83 1368
Nissens
2016 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser Nissens

P311-1467FDF    940334  New

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$132.55
Nissens A/C Condenser
Brand: Nissens
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Vehicle
2016 - Fiat 500
One Stop Solutions
2017 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser 4 Cyl 1.4L One Stop Solutions

P311-4C77841    3987  New

FI3030100 , CD510882 , 68073679AA , 7013987 , 350318

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$98.97
  • CONDENSER
  • Product Attributes:
    • ASIN: B07c9lbybd
  • OSC Condensers
Brand: One Stop Solutions
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2017 - Fiat 500 L 4 Cyl 1.4L 83 1368
Spectra
2017 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser Spectra

P311-3EAD560    7-3987  New

300140 , CD510882 , CND3987 , 40758 , 3561 , CN3987PFC , 68073679AA , 3987 , CD82114 , 7013987 , 3307 , 940334 , 10755 , FI3030100

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Spectra A/C Condenser
  • A/C Condenser
  • (Condenser And Drier Assembly)
  • Product Attributes:
    • SPECTRA_PROP1214: May Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Harm
  • Our AC condensers are reverse engineered to ensure proper fit upon installation and supplied in the same construction style of the OEM. Units are manufactured with the highest quality materials with emphasis on specialty testing to ensure leak-free and reduced movement and vibration.
Brand: Spectra
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Vehicle
2017 - Fiat 500
Spectra
2018 Fiat 500X A/C Condenser 4 Cyl 2.4L Spectra

P311-45693BC    7-30045  New

300300 , CND4921 , 3901 , CD511038 , 68247204AA , CN30045PF , 68285225AA , CH3030260 , CN4921PFC , 4921 , CD82262 , 30045 , 3668 , 10857

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Spectra A/C Condenser
  • A/C Condenser
  • (Condenser And Drier Assembly)
  • Product Attributes:
    • SPECTRA_PROP807: May Cause Cancer Or Reproductive Harm
  • Our AC condensers are reverse engineered to ensure proper fit upon installation and supplied in the same construction style of the OEM. Units are manufactured with the highest quality materials with emphasis on specialty testing to ensure leak-free and reduced movement and vibration.
Brand: Spectra
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2018 - Fiat 500X L 4 Cyl 2.4L 144 2360
TYC Products
2016 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser TYC Products

P311-285CDF5    3987  New

68073679AA , FI3030100

Qty:
$108.13
TYC Products A/C Condenser
  • TYC A/C Condenser
  • Components Included: Receiver/Drier Configuration: Parallel Flow Condenser (PFC)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Components Included: Receiver/drier
    • Configuration: Parallel Flow Condenser (pfc)
    • Core Size: 25 3/4" X 12 1/2" X 11/16"
Brand: TYC Products
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2016 - Fiat 500 Convertible
CSF
2018 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser CSF

P311-5B0A137    W0133-1980842  New

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$139.43
CSF A/C Condenser
Brand: CSF
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Vehicle Fuel Type
2018 - Fiat 500 GAS
Nissens
2018 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser Nissens

P311-4D6215A    W0133-1980842  New

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$311.61
Nissens A/C Condenser
Brand: Nissens
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2018 - Fiat 500 GAS
LKQ
2018 Fiat 500 A/C Condenser LKQ - Platinum Pro

P311-329E985    CND3987  New

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$49.18
LKQ A/C Condenser
  • CONDENSER
  • Platinum Pro
Brand: LKQ
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Vehicle Submodel
2018 - Fiat 500 Abarth Cabrio
LKQ
2017 Fiat 500X A/C Condenser 4 Cyl 2.4L LKQ - Platinum Pro

P311-292D5A4    CND4921  New

Qty:
$45.92
LKQ A/C Condenser
  • Construction: Parallel Flow; EOC: No; TOC: No; Core Dimensions: 26 1/2 x 13 5/8 x 5/8; Inlet: 15.5MM; Outlet: 10.15MM
  • A/C CONDENSER; 2.4LTR ENGINE; AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
  • Platinum Pro
Brand: LKQ
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Transmission Block Engine CID CC
2017 - Fiat 500X Easy Automatic L 4 Cyl 2.4L 144 2360

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2005 Audi A8L 4.2 AC issues - watery sound, lack of cool air

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Question From bugbehr on 2005 Audi A8L 4.2 AC issues - watery sound, lack of cool air

Year: 2005
Make: Audi
Model: A8L
Engine size: 4.2L
Mileage: 75,500 miles

Hello! I had just gotten the timing belt and water pump replaced by an indie shop two days ago, in preparation for a cross-country drive back to CA from NY. Around 4PM today, the air coming out of the vents began to feel significantly less cool. Eventually, (to quote Jeremy Clarkson) the air like an asthmatic wheezing through a straw. I noticed water (or a substance similar to water) dripping down onto the front of the passenger side footwell, and I noticed a sound like burbling water, sounding kind of like a small water fountain, coming from the air vents. In addition, there was a bit of condensation on the plastic slats on the air vents.

Is my AC failing because of the humidity and heat, in addition to running at 60+ mph for over 10 hours each day? Or is this a more serious issue linked to my cooling system? I still have 1,600 miles to go before arriving back at home, and I'll have to cross Texas and Arizona in the summer heat. Should I delay my trip and get this issue fixed ASAP?

PS - I found the following post on another forum, and was wondering if it was also relevant to my issue:

"This is a shot in the dark, but I might know what's up. First, I have never heard of an air bubble in the coolant system making a noise you can actually hear. I'm wondering if the noise you are hearing is water trapped in the heater vent system. When the A/C runs to cool the air, any moisture in the air will condense on the cooling fins. This moisture collects and drains out of the heater box through a little tube. With like 99% of car this tube goes back trough the firewall and just drips on the ground near the back of the engine compartment. If something blocks or freezes in this drain tube, you could have a lot of water trapped in the heater box. I don't know where "Bloomington" is but if it has been cold maybe water froze in the drain tube. A leaf getting into the wrong place could also stop it up. It's happened to me with other cars."


PSS - I also found a post on a FIAT forum from someone who heard water gurgling from behind their dashboard. Not long afterwards, their headgasket blew. Will the same thing happen to me if I don't get this fixed?

link deleted............not allowed

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Sounds to me like you simply have a plugged up condensation drain. You will have to locate the drain on the engine side of the firewall and blow it out with compressed air.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

bugbehr: The reason if just water is just as HT said. If just water it would dry out on a paper towel, antifreeze wont. Hope not that! You are underway now apparently now and yes headed for likely hot weather as you said. Short of tools if you can find the drain on firewall at least see if it's intact.

Why did you check a FIAT forum for an Audi? The most common reason for head gasket failures is overheating IMO not inoperative A/C but since you just had a water pump done and may be late, check coolant level as if low after the work done could be the most important problem now. No engine no A/C anyway and worse - walking or towed to next place for more possible repairs.

Suggestion: If doing preventative work prior to a trip of the sort that long especially best to do ahead when at all possible so it proves itself fixed as breaking down on a long run from known places is a nightmare. Good luck with the run.

If you must this (condensate drain) ((Water)) could probably be solved at some truck stops places quickly unless in some very difficult location could be a while you wait fix,

T

Help needed for recharging refrigerant in car AC

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Question From bourne.identity on Help needed for recharging refrigerant in car AC

I bought a Fiat Grande Punto 1.3 Diesel Dynamic in June 2010. Unfortunately, it had a leak in the AC and all the R134a refrigerant leaked within a few days. Now, after fixing the leak, the service centre is unsure of what should be the charge amount or the target discharge-side (high) pressure reading of the refrigerant when recharging the AC with the engine idling at 800 rpm. Ambient conditions may be taken as 35 degrees Celsius and 90% relative humidity. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I can be emailed at personal info deleted

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

I'm not familiar with that model but the shop should have access to data that would tell them the correct charge.

A rule of thumb for fahrenheit is to measure the ambient temp going into the condenser and times it by 2.6 and that should be close to your high side pressure. converting your temp, it would be 95 x 2.6 = 247lbs psi. The problem by doing it this way is you're ASSUMING there isn't any cooling problems affecting the high side reading. If there isn't and problems then that should get you pretty close, if there is another problem, then you'll either overcharge the system or undercharge it.....

That's why you start out with the correct charge 1st and then look at the pressures. If the number say what they are suppose to say & it's cooling correctly, the system is good. If it has the correct charge and the numbers are off, then there is a problem and you diagnose the system according to what pressures you are getting.............

ac causing overheating

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Question From kansasman on ac causing overheating

I have a 2004 dodge intrepid 2.7 liter and it overheats only when I use the a/c, my mechanic can't figure it out. I have new hoses, new a/c compressor, new reservoir with new cap, new thermostat, new radiator, new twin fans, new water pump and timing chain, valve cover gasket and head cover gaskets, and it has been pressure tested and the coolant flow has been tested after new water pump was put in and it still overheats when running the a/c, does anyone have any more ideas how to solve this problem. oh yeah and new fans do come on.

Response From Discretesignals

Does this run hot while it is idling and the ac is on? If you're cruising 30 mph or higher the cooling fans won't be needed. The ram air provides plenty of cooling for the condenser and radiator.

Has this been wrecked? Are all the air deflectors and shrouds in place and not damaged? Is the condenser clear of debris? Has your mechanic compared scan tool data pid for ECT to the gauge to be sure they are reading close to the same?

Response From kansasman

I usually turn on ac when going 70 mph

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

OK - If that's the usual habit and when it overheats it smack of an air flow problem thru radiator with is also a radiator (condenser) for the A/C.
This moves on to A/C controls as that's when this happens, The 3 wire switch that HT just mentioned is there to cut off the A/C with high heat or too much pressure.
This item is designed to let the controls for compressor and fan(s) run properly as part of the deal. You said this car waits for fans while observed if A/C is on till engine heat is high enough or too high.
What you need to know is if this is operating as designed or failing with the controls.


It's already been mentioned and VERY important. All those air shrouds and especially the air dam underside that's easy to knock totally off just parking are 100% designed for air to flow where directed by fan and or speed of car or both.


With any missing fans could actually stop air flow when running! Air packs under the car with no way to flow thru grille - got me?


It's already designed to know when fans help or are actually not helping up to causing low or no air flow by shape of the thing. Any changes or parts missing or improperly installed matter.


Other is with 3 wire high pressure switches some will jump or test with a test light or paper clip to charge A/C or check for what I don't know and blow the PCM controls for it which goes stupid on you. A Mopar exclusive. Guess FIAT will have to figure it all out now.
HT said and it's probably what you need now is a high end scan tool to see if it functions as intended which will be unique to that car. If not missing parts or improperly installed I just hope the right tool can point out the fault possibly now the PCM not a conclusion yet but now in the cards. Too much stuff has been thrown at this from the first post suggesting no attention to what was really the issue from the get go,


T

Response From Hammer Time

Other is with 3 wire high pressure switches some will jump or test with a test light or paper clip to charge A/C or check for what I don't know and blow the PCM controls for it which goes stupid on you.

Definitely do not try that.

Response From kansasman

I think I will take it to the dealership and have them check everything since they are most familiar with the car and then I will post on here what they found the cause to be so others who might be having the same problem will help them find a solution.

Response From Hammer Time

Good plan

Response From Hammer Time

Sounds like way too much parts changing and not enough testing.

Do the fans work on both speeds?

Response From kansasman

They both were tested to work but I don't know if he tested for both speeds.

Response From Hammer Time

They both were tested to work but I don't know if he tested for both speeds.

I don't mean manually test the fan itself. Does the fan come on by itself when the temp rises and does it come on faster when the temp get real high?

Does the fan come on when the AC is turned on?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

As HT asked and said does fan come on with A/C request alone - as in before radiator is even warm enough?
Also - said this too that you've replaced enough already for mistakes. Is/are fans blowing the correct direction? That would sure explain a lot,


T

Response From kansasman

fans blow correct direction, I got up this morning and started my car and fans didn't come on with cold engine then turned on max ac and fans still didn't come on with cold engine. once engine reached normal operating temperature then the fans kicked on but when I turn on ac it doesn't sound like it's going any faster.

Response From Hammer Time

OK, you really need a professional scan tool here. This system is equipped with a 3 wire pressure sensor that delivers specific pressures to the PCM.
You need to see if these pressures are actually correct.

You can also activate the fans from that tool also so see if the computer has control of them.

You need to stop guessing and throwing parts at it and let a professional check these things out.

Response From kev2

good questions- but the answers are lacking.... CODES
If the AC kicks out for a pressure issue it will code*, if the system cannot switch low (series) to hi (parallel) cooling fan** guess what ? not to mention the HVAC module self test - just keep replacing - GTG


*P159x series
**P048x

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What ambient temps is this doing this? If it doesn't need A/C or too cold it wont kick on and blow colder air.
The prolonged delay of fans when A/C is working and I mean compressor is working is normal for several vehicles but only when it's already cool enough for A/C to lower cabin temps which if warm at all doesn't take long to kick them on. You wouldn't notice fans can kick off at higher road speeds where airflow alone is enough and should cool both engine and A/C parts to work.


You've changed out a lot of stuff. Now I don't think fans come on when they are supposed to confused by the A/C somehow that they really should be ready to go but aren't? Not so sure why.
There's a chance a code is luking and bet fans are disabled and it really is running too warm/hot but would verify that as well with actual temp and what the car's gauge is telling you just to know,


T

Response From kansasman

monday I will see if the mechanic can check the Hi Lo relays to see if they are all good. The relays with lifetime warranty cost 16.99 each at autozone

Response From kev2

I am fairly sur the fans are commanded ON with A/C ....
Have you had this scanned for codes as no fan with AC request should have been noticed By PCM...

Response From Discretesignals

Does this overheat with the ac running while your cruising and/or sitting at a light? Is the engine actually overheating or could there be an electrical issue with the gauge?

Response From kansasman

when I drive without ac the engine if norm, after driving with ac for about 5 to 10 minutes the guage rises up near the red and I quickly turn ac off and within 5 minutes the temp is back to normal