High and low pressure piping on A/Con- xantia mk2 TD

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High and low pressure piping on A/Con- xantia mk2 TD

Post by KennyW » 29 Jun 2007, 14:48

Hih gang,

just a quickie, need a flow diagram for the system.

High pressue from compressor to what etc ?

Low pressure through what etc ?

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Post by alan s » 29 Jun 2007, 22:34

HP from "D" port on compressor (Red cap if still in place) to condensor to receiver drier.
From there to firewall and then T/X valve.

Return from T/X via firewall to "S" (blue cap) port on compressor.


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Post by KennyW » 30 Jun 2007, 16:59

Thanks Alan S for the reply but unfortunately it is both black caps on the system!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by alan s » 30 Jun 2007, 21:37

Then look for the "S" and "D" stamped on the compressor.
IIRC, the S is usually the one that is located near the centre of the head depending on the brand of compressor but without being connected and no gas in it, the S sucks and the D discgarges (or blows) as an easy way to remember or check.


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Post by KennyW » 02 Jul 2007, 15:36

Thanks Alan,

My compressor is Delphi Harrison no 1135920 for your info, I'll let you know if there are letters printed on the caps.

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Post by wrinklet1 » 05 Jul 2007, 19:29

Hi Kenny,
I regassed my MkII Xantia aircon and the valve nearest to the radiator is the low pressure. It has a larger valve too.
Paul