Automotive Air Conditioning

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Delmar Publishers, 1995 - Automobiles - 518 pages
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This best selling textbook originated in 1967 with it's first edition. Now in it's seventh edition this authoritative text presents a balanced introduction to the industry, helping technicians develop an understanding of the theory, diagnostic practices and service procedures essential to automotive air conditioning. At the same time, the text helps technicians develop skills of sound practice and good judgment in the performance of all air conditioning diagnostic and repair procedures.

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Contents

Introduction
211
TemperaturePressure Relationship 2
217
System Diagnosis 2 The CondenserCycling Clutch TXV or FOT System
225
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Boyce H. Dwiggins founded one of the first training courses for automotive air conditioning three decades ago. An industry administrator and consultant in the field for years, Dwiggins also holds patents on teaching devices and copyrights on teaching aids in the automotive and refrigeration fields. He has also served as an examiner and administrator of Automotive Excellence tests for the certification of auto technicians.

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