Your air conditioning system is part of your HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system, and one of the key components in your vehicle’s comfort-control center.
Is the refrigerant pump, and is controlled by the on-board computer and must be lubricated internally. The condenser allows heat removed from the passenger compartment to be transferred to the under hood area.
The radiator transfers heat from the coolant to the outside air. It is constructed of aluminum, steel or composite plastics.
Provide convenient transfer and routing of coolant to the heater core. They are constructed of reinforced rubber compounds.
Moves air inside the vehicle and is controlled by the climate control panel. The thermostat regulates flow of the coolant and allows the vehicle to reach and maintain the proper operating temperature and allow sufficient heat for passenger comfort.