A/C Condenser
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ToughOne A/C Condenser

Part No. 2302 Warranty Details  
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All condensers are designed and tested to match or exceed OE specifications for form, fit and performance with a clear focus on obtaining the highest heat transfer performance possible through use of quality materials and manufacturing processes to ensure optimal cooling.
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Construction:6 Millimeter Design
Core Size:25 3/4 x 14 1/4 x 1 in
Inlet Type:# 8 Male O Ring
Meets Or Exceeds O.E.M. Specifications:Yes
Outlet Type:# 6 Male O Ring

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  • Q:

    Just curious here, but according a rep from visteon this is not an actual parallel flow condensor, it is actually still a tube and fin design but because of its larger tube design it is claimed to be. So who is correct here? Different part stores tell me that # 2302 is actual oe replacement part # from visteon. I am cosidering buying one but now i'm having rservations here. Please clear this up for me
    Asked on 3/27/2012 by jh21061 from brownwood texas

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      This Visteon A/C Condenser with part# 2302 is OE(original equipment) designed for exact fit, form and function. In order to check the exact fit application, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle.

      Answered on 3/28/2012 by Vincent from AAP
  • Q:

    Is this a direct drop in replacement for the inefficient tube and fin condenser my 1990 Chevy came with. Mine has a pinhole leak. One site I looked at sold parallel flow condensers, but said that you have to make custom a/c lines. I am still using R12 if that makes a difference on what condenser I should buy. I tried R134A in this truck and hated it so bad, that I actually spent a whole morning finding some R12, and the afternoon flushing and putting R12 and mineral oil back in. 35 degrees with R12 is a lot better than the 45 degrees R134A gave me.
    Asked on 9/6/2010 by Tom from Crystal River, FL

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      This is designe for exact fit.

      Answered on 9/7/2010 by Mike from AAP
  • Q:

    Will this condenser provide better cooling performance over the stock condenser? I have a 1991 S10 that was converted to R134A and the cooling absolutely sucks while idling. When it had R12 it would freeze you out of the cab.
    Asked on 7/10/2010 by Bill from Plant City

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      It may provide better performance over the one you have already. I recommend also checking to make sure that your system is charged fully with freon and not low and you might want to make sure your fan is working properly to move the air across the condenser while sitting still.

      Answered on 7/14/2010 by Mike from AAP
    • A:

      The reason your A/C doesn't work good idling with R134A is because that truck has the older style tube and fin condenser. I used to own one of those trucks. I ended up putting in this condenser, used a blue ford orifice tube, and converted back to R12. That truck blew wicked cold then, better than any 93 and older S10 I ever rode in.

      Answered on 8/19/2010 by John from Jacksonville
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