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REPAIR MAINTENANCE OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
Kia Magentis / Optima (2000 release)

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Service air conditioning systems
Remarks at replacement of elements of the air conditioning system
Merging an air-conditioning system
A compound member having a guide pin
Setting gauges for pressure measurement
The evacuation of air from the air conditioning system
Connecting the exhaust valve to the cylinder with the refrigerant
Charge air-conditioning system
Oil for air conditioning compressor
Check hoses and tubes
The noise of the compressor
Check and adjust the tension of V-ribbed belts
Verification performance
Triple Sensor Pressure
Check condenser fan relay
Check the air conditioner switch
Check the mode switch
Check switch fresh / recirculated air
Air conditioning compressor
Bushing clutch pulley and the air conditioning compressor
The excitation coil clutch
The fan and the condenser
Check the fan motor
Troubleshooting
Check of the relay and the air conditioning condenser fan
Check of the relay of the fan heater
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Technical data



The maximum heating capacity kcal / h
4400
The maximum cooling capacity kcal / h
4200
Compressor
- Bore x stroke mm
29h25,7
- Performance, see 3
170
- Grease, see 3
150
Magnetic Coupling
- Diameter, mm
140
- Coil resistance, Ohm
3.24
Triple Sensor Pressure
- High pressure, kg / cm 2

OFF: 26 ? 2, DIFF: 32 ? 2

- The average pressure in kg / cm 2

OFF: 11,5 ? 1,5, DIFF: 15,5 ? 0,8

- Low pressure, kg / cm 2
OFF: 2,3 ? 0,25, DIFF: 2,0 ? 0,2
Refrigerant
- type
R134a
- Weight, g
670 ? 25




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