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Receiver Dryer Replacement Service

What is the Receiver Dryer all about?

Although every car owner loves their air-conditioning when the climate becomes too warm, few of us understand the intricacies that go into maintaining a comfortable temperature inside the vehicle. One very important component is the receiver dryer. It helps to manage the distribution of liquid and vapor refrigerant that flows through your air-conditioning system. The result of an efficient receiver dryer is a smooth output of as much cold air as possible with no surges in energy. This is especially important because it keeps your battery from shorting.

Keep in mind:

  • The receiver dryer is one of many parts which is necessary for ensuring plenty of cold air in your vehicle. If your air-conditioning stops working, other factors could be involved.
  • It ensures your battery isn’t unnecessarily drained when the air-conditioning is left on for an extended period of time.
  • The receiver dryer also siphons off excess moisture which could major problems if left unattended.

What common symptoms indicate you may need to replace the Receiver Dryer?

  • Wet spots under car after air-conditioner has been running
  • Battery shorts out

How important is this service?

The receiver dryer is essential to the operation of your air-conditioner. It requires regular maintenance to prevent battery shortages and keep moisture out.

Fast and easy Receiver Dryer Replacement service at your home or office.


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