Volkswagen A/C Condenser
Volkswagen cars are known as people's car and when you say people's car, it certainly satisfies the basic things people look for in a car and one of is a good unit of air conditioning system. If you feel that the temperature is becoming irregular than the usual, then maybe you check out if your Volkswagen A/C condenser still works properly. The importance of air conditioning is equivalent to the importance of its parts. One essential part of it is the A/C condenser which is responsible for radiating all the heat air conditioning unit has absorbed.
The process starts with the refrigerant that enters the vehicle's A/C condenser as a gas after absorbing much of the heat inside the vehicle's cabin. With the aid of the engine fan, and other additional auxiliary fans, the condenser cools down the refrigerant and condenses it into a cooler, high pressure liquid. Once the refrigerant is cooled and liquefied, it is then pumped back into the other arts of the air conditioning system.
If you are wondering where the A/c condenser is placed, it is just inside the engine compartment of your car and is usually in front of the radiator, unless otherwise there have been a modification made with your car and the A/C condenser is placed in another location for aerodynamic purposes, however, it can still be easily identified for it looks like a small radiator. For some front-wheel drive cars, the A/C condenser is cooled by one or more auxiliary fan replacing of the engine fan.