Heating & Air Conditioning System


Your vehicle's heat and AC systems are designed to keep you and your passengers comfortable. But it also plays a vital role in keeping the windows from fogging up in winter as well as summer.


This is another component in a car that lots of Do-It-Yourself mechanics try to repair on their own without understanding how these complex systems work. 


Something as simple as recharging the AC system on your own can lead to more problems and possibly major damage to AC components.


Additionally, AC refrigerant is considered a "greenhouse gas" and under the Clean Air Act of 1993, all technicians servicing and repairing air conditioning systems on vehicles must be certified.


This course provides you with obtaining the EPA license. and is designed to go over all aspects of the heating and air conditioning system in a vehicle, including:


  • Compressors

  • Condensers

  • Evaporators

  • Pressure Regulation Devices

  • Metering Devices

  • Drier / Accumulators

  • Manual & Automatic Temperature Controls

  • Blower, Radiator, & Condensor Motors

  • Heater Cores

  • Water Pumps

  • Radiators

  • Thermostats

  • Types of Coolants & Refrigerants​​

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