Audi Q7 AC Compressor Parts
The Audi Q7 AC Compressor is essentially a pump that keeps the refrigerant flowing through your vehicle's air-conditioning system. The AC compressor, which lies at the core of your AC system, is driven by the engine's crankshaft. The compressor rotor shaft is coupled to the crankshaft through a pulley. This ensures that the compressor runs only when the engine is on. Furthermore, the pulley is fitted with a mechanical clutch that keeps the compressor input shaft and the pulley decoupled when the AC switch is off. When the AC is switched on, the compressor rotor draws the refrigerant gas into the compressor through a turbine action. The low pressure refrigerant gas is then compressed to a high pressure. This compression raises the temperature of the refrigerant gas. Following the compression stage, the refrigerant is passed into the AC condenser. The condenser turns the hot pressurized refrigerant into a liquid. A failure of the AC's cooling mechanism or an excessive knocking sound coming from the compressor are some indicators of a failing compressor.
If you have issues with your Audi Q7 AC Compressor, you must replace it as soon as possible. Buy Auto Parts stocks a wide range of OEM replacements and premium aftermarket parts for every car make and model. All our compressors are tested thoroughly and come with a warranty and free shipping on all orders above US $99!
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