New A/C Condenser and Receiver Drier Assembly from 1AAuto.com http://1aau.to/ia/1AACC00339
This video shows you how to install an AC condenser on your 2009-2013 Honda Fit. A punctured, clogged, rusted, or damaged AC condenser will affect the efficiency and temperature levels of your car or truck’s air conditioning.
PLEASE NOTE: Before attempting this repair, have your AC system’s refrigerant properly removed by a qualified technician.
This process should be similar on the following vehicles:
2009 Honda Fit
2010 Honda Fit
2011 Honda Fit
2012 Honda Fit
2013 Honda Fit
2014 Honda Fit
Tools you will need:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00013
• Phillips Head Screwdriver http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00013
• 10mm Wrench http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00010
• 10mm Socket http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00017
• Trim Tool Set http://1aau.to/oa/1AXXX00004
• Ratchet http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00016
• PAG Oil
• Rust Penetrant
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Honda Fit 2009-2014 2nd Generation: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJVpHWuCEUX8YFjawe3vtTLxm92RTVNOS
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