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How to replace Receiver Drier on Ford?

Ford Receiver drier removal and installation.

The details are as follows.


CAUTION
Care must be taken to minimize exposure of the inside of the receiver/drier to outside air. If multiple air conditioning (A/C) system components are being removed and installed, the receiver/drier should be installed last. The receiver/drier shipping caps should not be removed until the fittings are ready to be connected. Evacuation of the A/C system must be started as soon as the receiver/drier is installed. Excessive exposure of the inside of the receiver/drier to outside air will result in moisture contamination of the receiver/drier desiccant.


NOTE
Installation of a new receiver/drier is not required when repairing the A/C system, except when there is physical evidence of contamination from a failed A/C compressor or damage to the receiver/drier. Damage to the receiver/drier includes leaks in the receiver/drier, physical damage to the receiver/drier shell or desiccant, or moisture contamination. Moisture contamination results only from a complete loss of refrigerant and equalization of the refrigerant system pressure with atmospheric pressure for a period longer than one hour. If even a slight amount of positive refrigerant pressure is present in the system before repairs are carried out, the receiver/drier should not be replaced.

Recover the refrigerant. Refer to Evacuating The System.
Remove the condenser outlet fitting nut and disconnect the fitting. Discard the O-ring seal and gasket seal.
Detach the receiver/drier outlet line clip.
Remove the receiver/drier outlet fitting nut and disconnect the fitting. Discard the O-ring seal and gasket seal.
Remove the 2 receiver/drier bolts.
Remove the receiver/drier.
To install, reverse the removal procedure.
Install new gasket seals and O-ring seals.
Tighten the receiver/drier outlet fitting nut to 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm).
Tighten the condenser outlet fitting nut to 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm).
Lubricate the refrigerant system with the correct amount of clean PAG oil. Refer to Charging The System.
Evacuate, leak test and charge the refrigerant system. Refer to Charging The System.


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