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ACDelco Professional Air Conditioning Condenser with Automatic Transmission Oil Cooler 15-63889

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15-63889

ACDelco Professional Condensers are heat exchangers typically located in front of the engine radiator and are the high quality replacement ideal for many vehicles on the road today. The condenser dissipates heat absorbed by the refrigerant from the evaporator and from the compressor to the outside air. Hot refrigerant gas passes through tubes, where heat is removed, causing it to turn into a liquid. The air flowing through the fins carries the heat away. These Professional, premium aftermarket replacement condensers are manufactured to meet your expectations for fit, form, and function.

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Description

Air Conditioning Condenser with Automatic Transmission Oil Cooler

When it comes to replacing your heating and cooling components, ACDelco offers a full line of premium aftermarket Professional Air Conditioning Parts. In addition we also offer O-rings, seals, switches, valves, and other associated hardware to make part replacement simple and precise. ACDelco Professional Air Conditioning Parts fit most GM vehicles on the road today and provide the peace of mind that comes with buying high quality parts. For an ideal, premium aftermarket replacement part, look no further than ACDelco Professional Air Conditioning Parts.

Warranty: 24 Month / Unlimited Mile Limited Warranty on parts sold on or after 04/01/18. (Parts Only) Please see ACDelco.com for more details.

Features & Benefits:

  • Professional, premium aftermarket replacement
  • Provides the performance and dependability you expect from ACDelco
  • Manufactured to meet expectations for fit, form, and function

Maintenance & Troubleshooting

Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting

  • Reduced cooling capacity in your vehicle's cabin could be a sign that your condenser is worn or in need of maintenance. Signs that the cause of the A/C systems poor function is related to the condenser may include:
    • Evidence of physical damage to the condenser
    • Fittings or tubes saturated with refrigerant
    • Signs of corrosion in the system
  • These signs of wear could be caused by:
    • Leaking vanes or tanks
    • Debris clogged core
    • Plugged internal passages
  • Your A/C system must be maintained with the correct level of refrigerant and appropriate pressure to work properly. An A/C system leak, which could result in incorrect fluid or pressure levels, could potentially harm or interfere with the performance of your A/C system. This would result in lack of or insufficient cooling performance. Common causes of A/C system leaks include:
    • Worn or damaged service valves and caps
    • Worn hoses
    • Loose connections
    • Seal failures
    • Damaged components
    • Worn or damaged compressor shaft seal
    • Worn or damaged evaporator
    • Worn or damaged condenser
    • Worn or damaged compressor seals
    • A/C system component corrosion
    • Missing service cap
  • To check your A/C system for leaks:
    • Use a leak detection dye, such as ACDelco Fluorescent Tracer Dye. Be sure to use the dye that is specified for use with your systems oil and refrigerant type.
    • Look for dirt or containment build up around hose or line connections. This could be a sign that oil, which would attract and hold contaminants, is leaking out of the connection.

Good Maintenance Practices

  • Your vehicle's air conditioning (A/C) system should be routinely checked by a professional technician. This should occur approximately every 12 months, though you should check your owner's manual for more specific recommendations. Any related maintenance should be handled only by professionals. If you notice any of the following conditions, have your vehicle checked right away:
    • Musty smell when the air conditioning or heating system is activated
    • Inadequate cooling or heating temperatures when using the air conditioning or heating system
    • The vehicle's temperature gauge indicates a ‘red' condition
    • Steam coming from the engine compartment
    • Unusual smells inside or outside the vehicle
  • Your A/C system requires proper air flow to operate effectively. Poor air flow across the condenser will impact system performance and can increase refrigerant system pressure. Make sure air flow into your system is not obstructed by bugs, leaves, dirt, or other contaminates in between tune ups.
  • Your A/C system is a sealed system, which includes different components connected by hoses, tubes, or lines. To keep the system leak free, inlet and outlet fittings have O-rings or seal washers, and the lines have leak free fittings. To help prevent leaks in the A/C System, follow these guidelines when servicing connections:
    • Use the proper O-ring for the system
    • Thoroughly clean all fittings and do not over torque beyond what is recommended
    • Always lubricate O-rings with clean refrigerant oil
    • Always replace sealing caps on service ports
    • Recover refrigerant from the system when or if necessary
    • Keep dirt and foreign material from all sealing surfaces

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Details

  • 15-63889
  • 15-63889
  • ACDelco
  • New

Shipping Information

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  • 4.9 lbs.
  • W21.6000” x H5.9000” x L46.5000”
  • Free U.S. Continental Shipping

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