Are There 2 a/C Condensers on a 1996 Town and Country?

Do not know about town and country-------I have a 96 Windstar with Two Evaporaters,one in front dash and one at the left side of second seat,it also has two Heater Cores;and also a Fan in fwd dash area and a seperate fan; that blows across Evaporator left side of second passenger area;There are two seperate Fan Control Dials; Note the Condenser is Comman and is Located fwd of Engine Radiator,That is where the Heat from inside car is going as Low Press,and as it moves downward ambeint air flowing through and being pulled through or in case of driving Air takes the heat away;then to Compressor to be changed to High Pressure 134, in the case of vans -Station -Wagons there is a lot of space to Cool; I have not looked at the Book;I beleive Your car would have Two Evaporates;

1. How much should I expect to pay for a Payne evaporator coil for model #PH3ZNA A/C?

Call 3 HVAC contractors in your area for quotes. In general, air handlers (not furnaces or A-Coils) sell around $1k-$3k depending on what make and model you buy. Contractor will prob mark the price up slightly to cover costs and to make some profit. Contractor will also add in labor and misc material to complete the job. FYI: Payne is a low quality brand of Carrier.

2. How do I get to the evaporator core behind the dashboard of a 2002 grandprix?

Yep! You have to pull out the entire dashboard or at least the ductwork underneath the dashboard. I have to ask, why you want to get to the evaporator. It is just a core like a radiator and it's on the low pressure side of the AC and I've not seen a leak in the evaporator. I see why now. You want to unstop the condensate pan and stop the leak. Look under the car, at the firewall, right in front of the passenger side you will find a hose hanging there. That is what you have to stick a coat hanger up and unclog it so the pan can drain. It's like the drain pan on a window AC.

3. Is it normal for an AC evaporator to drip?

if it were not common, there would not be systems made to deal with it. they do not spend money on useless parts. a drip pan and overflow line are there for when a lot of condensation occurs, because it WILL occur when the unit operates a lot and the ambient air is humid.

4. Where do I find my AC's evaporator in my house?

if it central air it is in the attic

5. Evaporator Coil leaking on a 6 yr. old Carrier AC, is it best to change evaporator coil or buy a new unit?

If your unit is 6 years old, it's best to change the eva coil IF, it's certain the leak is from there, or it's beyond warranty from manufacturer or the builder (improper installation). Check with manufacturer, neighbors or HOA. Make sure the guarantee of the work whoever performs the work. Some small leaks can be fixed with a small container named "ac quick seal." This sealant can be added inside the ac piping system very easily. Not 100% guaranty, but worth to try. Your unit being only 6 years old, do not change both indoor and outdoor unit unless the company has no access to find the right size inside unit to match with outside unit. It's critical both units must match in order to operate efficiently. Just like doctors and lawyers, it's always recommended to hire someone who is trustful and caring. Best Luck!

6. GE GTS22WCPBRCC Evaporator fan slow.?

B_rad it does not make sense what you are saying. A solenoid is for water so I am going to assume you mean the PTC (start relay) on the compressor. There should be a white wire from the capacitor to relay on the compressor and the other side is orange(nuetral). These have nothing to do with the evaporator fan motor. If you remove the back panel, becareful there is power there, you should have a black and orange wire to the fan motor, check the voltage across that, if you have 120 volts then you have proper power and the bearings in the fan are worn out, time to replace the motor. the part number is wr60x10129. It is a single speed fan motor and not varible speed. I hope I have helped you Good luck.

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What Is the Proper Way to Clean a Evaporator Coil?
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