Seat Leon >> Coolant lines on condenser - disconnect and connect

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Air conditioner service station
  • Engine bung set - VAS 6122-

Air conditioning system

Removal:

  • Turn off the ignition and all electricity consumers.

Vehicles without access and start authorisation system

  • Remove ignition key, if fitted.

Vehicles with access and start authorisation system

  • Store ignition key outside the vehicle to prevent the ignition from being switched on unintentionally.

Continued for all vehicles

  • Extract refrigerant.
  • Observe instructions when working on refrigerant circuit.
  • Removing front bumper cover.
  • Unscrew bolts -2- and -3- and remove refrigerant lines -1- and -4-.
  • Seal open lines and connections with clean plugs from the Engine sealing plug set - VAS 6122- .

Air conditioning system

Installing

Install in reverse order of removal; note the following.

  • Replace the O-rings.
  • If applicable, check the fitted pin -4- for damage and correct positioning.
  • Check the guide ring -2- at the refrigerant line connection for damage.
  • Insert the O-ring -3- in the groove -arrow- at the connection of the refrigerant line -1-.

Note

  • Moisten O-rings with refrigerant oil before installing.
  • Check the refrigerant pipes to the evaporator for contamination and damage.
  • Pay attention to correct positioning of the O-rings in the groove of the corresponding refrigerant pipe.
  • Routing and attachment of refrigerant tubes.

 

  • Refill with refrigerant and refrigerant oil.
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