Dodge A/C Condenser
It gets very infuriating and irritable when you drive all sweaty and sticky on a hot day. Having a busted A/C condenser only makes matters worse. Driving with a car with a broken air conditioning system on a hot day can cause many problems. Arriving at your destination all wet and sweaty can be a bit embarrassing, not to mention the uneasy feeling you get. If you're a/C condenser don't work, it affects the whole A/C system, it will be reduced to blowing warm air. The Dodge A/C condenser is a vital element needed for a cool and optimized operation of your Dodge's air conditioning system.
How does the Dodge A/C condenser affect the air conditioning system? The Dodge 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 Dodge's interior.