Engine Size: 4.7
Refrigerant Type: R134A
Ambient Temp: 70-100
I have a leaking heater core in my Dakota. This requires complete removal of the dash and air box to replace, so I started thinking proactively and ordered a new evap, smart orifice tube, and accumulator. The AC has never been good for me, but seems to be on the outskirts of typical for this truck. Eventually it will get to 50 degrees at the dash (regardless of ambient temp), put it takes forever and won't really cool the extended cab. I already put in a new resistor block for the fan, which it needed. My question is, how difficult is it to put in a parallel flow condenser on this model, and will it provide any significant benefit? I'm going to replace it anyway so cost isn't a factor. The truck had 100k on it when I bought it in 2009 and looks original. But who knows what the PO did.
For some applications, the OEM or aftermarket will make a drop-in PF condenser. Looks like there's one or more for your truck. (Hint Delphi P/N: CF1135)
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