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Q: H0w i change orifice tube for suzuki vitara 1997

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H0w i change orifice tube for suzuki vitara 1997

You do not have an expansion tube, but you do have an expansion valve. The expansion valve does the same job as an expansion tube. The expansion valve on your vehicle is in the evaporator case in the dash, attached to the evaporator. You have to remove the evaporator in order to replace it.

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