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  • It’s possible to keep an AC unit running despite a blockage, but a repair like this requires extensive work and multiple parts. Plan on replacing the condenser, compressor, receiver dryer and tubes, or simply replace the entire AC unit. A new condenser typically costs about $1,750 to replace, while a new compressor costs about $2,000. Depending on the size of your home, a new AC unit might be less expensive than replacing these major components.

    When you’re determining whether to repair or replace your condenser, consider your AC unit’s age. Technological advances for AC units roll out every few years, so you might benefit from simply replacing the condenser or the entire unit if it’s more than 10 years old. Even if a repair would fix the problem, installing a newer and more efficient unit could save you money in the long run.

  • A damaged coil is one of the most severe problems an AC condenser can have. A variety of things, including debris, impact and corrosion, can damage a coil. Because this is such an integral part of the overall component, a damaged coil instantly compromises the entire AC unit.

    Though the AC condenser is considered a single component, it’s made up of several parts. The AC condenser’s coil, motor, fans, tubes and circuit board can all fail individually or together. They can also fail suddenly or slowly over a long period. Here are some of the most common problems you’ll run into with an AC condenser.

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    Essentially, an AC condenser converts refrigerant gas into liquid form. It does this by facilitating a state change and cooling the gas with the help of a high-powered fan that passes air over a condensing coil. Once cooled, the liquid refrigerant moves along within the AC system to cool the building’s interior.

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The first and probably single most point that fails on the OEM Freightliner ac condenser is the mounting tabs. The OEM design utilizes piece of formed aluminum that is spot welded to the manifold. As you can imagine this is not the best design, over time road vibration simply takes its toll and snaps the weld. Kustom Cooling chose to use a piece of C Channel aluminum that is fully welded to the manifold. The C Channel is structurally superior and adds strength and rigidity to the core mounting design. Welding the tab to the manifold ensures road vibration won’t get the better of the bracket.