If the air conditioning in your vehicle is blowing air almost as warm as the heater, you are likely to have a leak in the system, and the Mazda AC condenser is a likely place to begin the search for that leak. The Mazda AC condenser is an air conditioning component located between the grille and the radiator in the front of your vehicle. Mounted in this area, it is likely to be struck by debris from the road, causing dents and scratches that can begin to corrode. The potential for corrosion is made greater by the moisture that collects as the vehicle travels in inclement weather, rain streaming in through the grille, or salt laden slush and muck in the winter season. The Mazda AC condenser carries pressurized refrigerant, forced through a long tube, along a winding path through its tiny cooling fins. This process uses the airflow created by the motion of the vehicle and the fan to remove heat from the refrigerant that has been absorbed as it passed through the system, cooling the cabin air. As the refrigerant passes through under pressure, any damaged or weakened areas in the system are vulnerable to failure. The Mazda AC condenser is often the weakest link in this chain of components due to its exposure to damage from the elements and road debris, developing a breach to allow the refrigerant to escape. If you find that you have a leaky Mazda AC condenser, we have a selection of quality replacements available in our online catalog, all at great prices. Our expert customer service will make it quick and efficient to order your Mazda AC condenser, whether you use our secure site or our toll-free phone line.