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BMW 64509174802 64526983098 Compressors Car AC For BMW5/7 WXBM012A

Minimum Order Quantity : Negotiable Price : Negotiable
Packaging Details : Neutral packing /WNRLN packing/Customized packing Delivery Time : 10-30 days
Payment Terms : Western Union, L/C, T/T, MoneyGram, PayPal Supply Ability : 5000pcs per month
Place of Origin: Guangdong, China Brand Name: WNRLN
Certification: SGS/ISO9001 Model Number: WXBM012A

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Name: BMW Air Compressor Car Make: For BMW X5 E70 3.0T
Voltage: 12V Grooves: 4PK
Compressor Type: 7SEU17C OEM: 6901783/64506901783/64526901783/64526917805/64526917860/9174802/DCP05020
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Compressors Car AC 64509174802 64526983098 For BMW5/7 E60/E61/E66/E67 2002-2010 WXBM012A



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Here are the most common causes of malfunctioning car A/C systems:


1. Insufficient refrigerant: This is often the main issue when the air blows hot. Low refrigerant levels are usually caused by a leak, which can be due to worn hoses or loose connections. You can refill the system with a recharge kit from an auto parts store. However, this approach has its drawbacks. It could lead to overcharging the system, affecting its performance, and it doesn't address the underlying leak causing the problem.


2.Defective compressor: If the compressor fails, the entire A/C system won't work. The compressor's clutch, which connects it to the pulley powering the system, can be the culprit in some cases. This is a relatively minor repair. In vehicles with belt-driven A/C units, the clutch allows you to turn the compressor on and off. (Note: Electric motor-driven A/C units in hybrids and EVs don't have a clutch.) Sometimes, the problem can be as simple as a blown fuse.


3.Faulty pressure switch: There are two pressure switches that monitor the refrigerant. If the pressure becomes too high or low, the compressor will shut off for safety reasons, resulting in a non-functional A/C system.


4.Damaged condenser: The condenser, located in front of the radiator, cools the A/C refrigerant. Debris striking it can cause clogs or damage. Aging and wear can also contribute to condenser failure. Typically, a car's A/C condenser needs replacement after about 10 years of regular use.


5. Malfunctioning condenser fan The condenser relies on a fan to cool the refrigerant in the A/C system. If the fan stops working, you may notice that the A/C doesn't cool the cabin as effectively at lower speeds. You might also hear unusual noises like banging or rattling, and the fan won't run when the car is parked.


6. Sensor malfunctions The climate control system in a vehicle relies on various sensors to accurately regulate the air temperature. If any of these sensors fail, it can affect the system's performance.


7. Blocked cabin air filter To keep dust, pollen, and other particles out of the cabin, a car's climate control system uses a filter. If this cabin air filter becomes clogged and is not regularly replaced, it can impact the cooling capabilities of the system.


8. Defective blend door actuator An air conditioning system has a blend door actuator that directs hot or cold air into the cabin. If you set the system for one temperature and get the opposite, it may be due to a malfunctioning actuator.


9. Faulty head unit If all other components of the system are functioning correctly, the central control unit (where the temperature controls are located) may be the issue. This could be caused by wiring problems or, in newer vehicles, a problem with the electronic signal that connects the computerized temperature controls to the mechanical A/C components under the hood.

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