1965 Grand Prix Evaporator
The term “Evaporator” is often used loosely to refer to the Evaporator box or housing and also to the Evaporator coil, which is a boxier, radiator like device located inside the Evaporator housing. On a factory air 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix, the Evaporator housing is located inside the passenger side cowl, behind the wheel well.
We offer reconditioning and rebuilding services for your original 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix Evaporator. 1965 was a split year design in terms of the Pontiac Grand Prix air conditioning system. The early 65’s had a Suction Throttling Valve and the Evaporators were as pictured above. The late 65’s instead had a POA Valve and the Evaporator was as shown below.
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Car air conditioning is nothing more than continuous heat transfer by two heat exchangers. One heat exchanger, the Evaporator, absorbs heat from the passenger compartment. The other heat exchanger, the Condenser, dissipates that heat into the outside air. All other things being equal, size matters. A larger Evaporator and a larger Condenser exchange more heat than smaller ones and allow the air conditioning system to cool better.
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Air Conditioning Solutions for your 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix
- S6 Replacement Compressor
- 1965 Grand Prix Condenser
- 1965 Grand Prix Air Condtioning Controls
- 1965 Grand Prix Evaporator
- 1965 Grand Prix Air Conditioning Hoses, Lines & Fittings
- 1965 Grand Prix Expansion Valve
- 1965 Grand Prix Air Conditioning POA Valve
- 1965 Grand Prix Filter-Drier
- 1965 Grand Prix Heater
- 1965 Grand Prix Air Conditioning Repair and Rebuild Services
- Other Replacement Parts?
- CONVERTING TO 134a