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Old 05-08-2016, 04:21 PM   #1
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Dash a/c filter-dier location?

HELP. Trying to hit the road by May 13th. Have a CC Allure 470. Replacing dash-air A/C compressor and need to change receiver-filter-drier but can't find the little mother(s) anywhere. Looked everywhere that's open. Does anyone know where CC put this component? Much thanks for any help.
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Often it's right near the expansion valve, which is generally close to the evaporator. Look in front of the bulkhead under the front 'hood' under the windshield.
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On my older CC, the dash AC drier is mounted on the passenger side of the engine.

I also have the engine OTR system that cools the bedroom. That drier is in the middle of the over head cabinets.
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Mine was next to the compressor. Follow the high pressure line off the compressor (smaller size line) to the condenser. The line out of the condenser goes to the dryer. On my coach I moved it to the front next to the evaporator.
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