Cadillac A/C Condenser
The A/C condenser is that part of a vehicle's air conditioning system responsible for radiating the heat absorbed by the system's refrigerant. In a typical vehicle air conditioning set-up, a refrigerant is run through the evaporator, located inside the vehicle's cab, to absorb as much heat as it can to cool the cabin. By absorbing heat, the refrigerant is transformed into hot gaseous form and is then passed to the condenser. It is in the condenser where the hot, gaseous refrigerant is cooled and condensed into a high-pressure liquid before it is again pumped into the other parts of the vehicle's A/C system.
For optimum performance, the A/C condenser is located where a large amount of cool air can aid in its refrigerant cooling function. It is often located in front of the radiator, just behind the vehicle's grille, so that the air coming inside the grille can aid in its function. The engine fan also aids in its function; and for many front-wheel drive vehicles, one or more auxiliary fans are also used to aid in its function.
Cadillac A/C condensers are expected to perform at their best, allowing the vehicle's air conditioning system to provide maximum comfort for every Cadillac passenger. But like other Cadillac parts, Cadillac A/C condensers are not immune from damages and failures. That's why it is important to regularly check the condensers for damages and replace it if the damage is already too large to repair. One won't have to worry about finding Cadillac replacement parts, however, because it is widely available everywhere.