Buick A/C Condenser
What does the Buick A/C condenser do? The Buick A/C condenser emits the heat of the refrigerant, which usually is a Freon gas. The refrigerant agent is passed to the hot air by the AC compressor, cools it then turns it into liquid form. The engine fan would usually aid in the cooling of the refrigerant, although an additional condenser fan would still be needed for front-wheel drive cars. The liquid refrigerant would still be warm but not as hot as the gas in the compressor. An expansion valve would further transform the liquid refrigerant into cold, gaseous form so that it could once again absorb the warm air inside your Buick's cabin.
If your Buick A/C condenser is busted, the A/C system of your vehicle will not perform its job well. This will result to warm or hot air blowing through the vents of your A/C system. Usually, the Buick A/C condenser can be found installed in the front of the engine area. They can be found near the radiator. Both the A/C condenser and the radiator do the same task of cooling off the vehicle, only in different areas of the Buick vehicle though. Have your Buick A/C condenser looked at from time to time so that you will not have the unfortunate event of having it conk out on you on the hottest day of the year.