Air conditioning system should work properly to enjoy the cooling effect inside your Acura vehicle. The compressor plays an important role and it is the power unit of your Acura AC system. It is powered by a drive belt connected to the engine's crankshaft. The drive belt rotates the front pulley that is connected to the compressor by a magnetic clutch. So, when you switch on your Acura AC system, the compressor will compress the refrigerant vapor and pumps into the condenser. The refrigerant vapor is then changed into liquid by the condenser. The evaporator receives the liquid from the condenser and cools the air.
If you sense the low cooling effect, you have to check your car air conditioning system immediately. If you check the AC system in your car at regular intervals, you can avoid the occurrence of severe problems. If you find any problem with the Acura A/C compressor, you need to replace it as soon as possible. If you are looking for quality replacement parts for your Acura then you have come to the right place. Discount AC Parts is your correct choice to get quality replacement car parts. All our car parts and accessories listed in the website are tested to meet or exceed industry standards and are available at the lowest prices.