the part is called a/c condensor and i was wondering if i can eliminate it or splice a different a/c condensor to work

Asked by Jul 18, 2015 at 09:57 AM about the 2006 Dodge Stratus R/T

Question type: Car Customization

looked part up for the 2006 dodge stratus the part is called a/c condensor

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No, you can't eliminate it. It's one of the main components of the system. The condenser is the part of the A/C in front of the radiator....even looks like a sort of radiator, has a lot of 'fins' for surface area If you have a window air-conditioner in your house look at the outside part 'grille' Same thing....it dissipates the heat. You really should use the stock one designed for your car Some systems have an accumulator, (not shown) click for full screen

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You could eliminate the a/c condenser, but then you wouldn't have a working a/c and the defroster wouldn't work well either. Fordnut is correct, get one designed for your vehicle.

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