BMW A/C Condenser
BMW vehicles, however, are not only about performance, although no one can deny the exhilaration that can be brought by the performance of every BMW to its owner. BMW vehicles are also about comfort, with a wide array of features that can make every powerful ride enjoyable. And how else can one best describe comfort inside a BMW vehicle than by describing its excellent air conditioning system, composed of only high quality A/C parts like the BMW A/C condenser.
The A/C condenser is that part of your vehicle's air conditioning system responsible for radiating all the heat the A/C system has absorbed. The refrigerant enters the vehicle's A/C condenser as a hot gas after absorbing much of the heat inside the vehicle's cabin. With the aid of the engine fan, and other auxiliary fans that may be installed under the vehicle's hood, the condenser cools the refrigerant and condenses it into a cooler, high-pressure liquid. Once cooled and liquefied, it is then pumped back into the other parts of the air conditioning system.
You can easily locate your BMW's A/C condenser inside the engine compartment of your car. It is usually located in front of the radiator, unless otherwise there has been a modification made with your car and the A/C condenser was moved into another location for aerodynamic purposes. Nonetheless, it is still easily identifiable for it looks like the radiator, although only smaller. For front-wheel drive cars, the A/C condenser is cooled by one or more auxiliary fans instead of the engine fan.