Make: Country Coach
Engine Size: Big
Country of Origin: United States
This question may seem a little strange since I am a newbie at automotive AC. I just dumped $1200 into getting my AC repaired on my motor home. I was wondering if it is possible to mount sending units on the high pressure side and the low pressure side that would allow monitoring in the cab. After a while I would guess that a guy could tell from the pressures when his air needed to be serviced. What is wrong with my logic and why won't it work?
Dial gauges are sometimes permanently mounted on big stationary systems. In a mobile system it's just something else that could leak.
The same could be said for an automobile engine, you don't need an oil indicator as long as your motor run OK. All I am asking is it possible to mount a sending unit (not a hose and meter) that will fit the high pressure side and the low pressure side. I am a guy that likes to monitor what is going on in his truck. If I had been monitoring the low pressure pickup of my diesel motor I would have saved myself about $2000. Now I monitor the low pressure side of my diesel. I would like to do the same for my air conditioning, call me weird but I sure don't understand why you should NOT monitor it.
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