If you are having problems with your auto air conditioner, such as getting warm air blowing from your vents instead of cool, you may need a replacement A/C condenser. Your air conditioning system consists of three main components: the expander, the compressor, and the condenser. Your A/C condenser functions in the same way as your radiator, by releasing heat from the refrigerant in your system so that it can continue to absorb heat from your vehicle's cabin. Actually, your air conditioner does not blow cool air, but it does release refrigerant into your cabin that absorbs heat, creating the feeling of cold air emission from your vents. This heat has to be removed from the refrigerant in order for the system cycle to work. A replacement A/C condenser will restore your air conditioning by allowing your refrigerant to cool again. If the A/C condenser in your vehicle is not working, you will not have air conditioning. The most common reason for needing a replacement A/C condenser is a leak in the device, which resembles your radiator in appearance as well as function. You'll find your A/C condenser near the front of your engine bay, usually in front of your radiator. Car hobbyists certainly deserve wonderful customer support when looking at dependable auto parts for their car or truck. So of course we created a 24-hour, 7 day a week sales assistance desk to address your calls. To make a good deal even better, your parts come with totally free shipping for every order more than $50. If you find a better price, let us know - we will meet or beat any price advertised elsewhere.