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    Hi,
    I am replacing the compressor, expansion valve and the drier on my 2004 S-Type 3.0.
    I have the compressor out and your pictures are a fantastic help. But, I can't locate the drier or the expansion valve. I need help everything is apart.
    Thanks in advance
    pistonspeed.

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    04-24-2014, 01:09 PM
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Pistonspeed
    Hi,
    I am replacing the compressor, expansion valve and the drier on my 2004 S-Type 3.0.
    I have the compressor out and your pictures are a fantastic help. But, I can't locate the drier or the expansion valve. I need help everything is apart.
    Thanks in advance
    pistonspeed.

    Speaking of the expansion valve:

    I went to get a quote to have my A/C compressor, drier, and expansion valve changed. Everything seemed okay price wise, but I was told that it will take 6 hours (?!!!) to change out the expansion valve.

    Is that correct? If so, what will happen if I change the compressor and drier without changing the expansion valve?

    Thanks
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    If something goes wrong with your car's air conditioning system, it likely due to a problem with the car AC compressor. The Lincoln Town Car commonly needs air suspension work around 80 to 120k miles. What happens at this point is the bags usually wear out on the bottom part of the bag. Replacing compressor + compressor oil + refrigerant = $950. When asked if the car can run without A/C compressor the mechanic told me that not for this make/model.


How to Replace an AC Compressor | eHow

When you're not getting enough air through your vents, check for vent obstructions. Your cabin air filter (usually located behind the glove box) may be dirty or completely clogged. This air filter isn't as well-known as your engine air filter, but it can still cause sluggish air flow. The last common culprit is the blower motor, which might not be working. Always check your vehicle's fuse box for air flow problems before immediately replacing the AC compressors.