To replace an automotive AC compressor, open the hood to locate the failed compressor, unmount the AC compressor, use a solvent to flush the parts you are not replacing and install the new compressor. Finally, evacuate a... More »

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To repair a car air conditioner, determine if the R-134a is leaking by adding special dye to the system. If the leak is large, use a gauge to check the pressure level at the low-side valve. Avoid using other tools, as it... More »

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Replace an AC clutch by removing the serpentine belt and the air conditioner belt, unplugging the electrical harness from the compressor, removing the clutch, changing the pulley, and installing the new clutch. The only ... More »

To replace car headlights, prop the hood open, find the wiring harness directly behind the bulb, remove the wiring harness, pull out the old bulb, and insert the new bulb by its base until the gasket is completely inside... More »

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To replace a headlight, remove the headlight's wires from the plug inside the hood, and replace the old bulb with a new bulb. You need a bulb that is compatible with your headlight type. More »

To troubleshoot an automotive air conditioner, check the refrigerant quantity, look for refrigerant leakage, and find out if the compressor and its fan are working as required. Also, check if the cooling is intermittent ... More »

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The process of installing GE automotive bulbs consists of opening the hood or truck in order to locate the back of the lighting assembly, unhooking the wiring and removing the existing bulb through the rear of the assemb... More »

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