The Daewoo Tico is a city car produced by the Korean automaker GM Daewoo from 1991 to 2001. Tico was equipped with a three-cylinder 796 cc S-TEC engine and had a five-speed manual transmission or three-speed automatic transmission.

The following articles discuss the Air Conditioner, and Ventilation System of 1992 Daewoo Tico. Here you will find detail yet brief description, illustration and explanation of each systems and components function and operation, troubleshooting and servicing procedures of Tico.

daewoo tico HVAC wiring diagram system The Air Conditioner section contains following topics: general description of function of each control components (relay, magnetic clutch, coolant temperature gauge, , condenser, receiver dryer, dual cut switch, expansion valve, , thermister, and idle up system) and wiring diagram, troubleshooting, wiring check, conduit check, refrigerant check, checking through sight glass, bleeding air and charging refrigerant, adjustment of air conditioner idle up, and cooling performance test. Free download the article here – 4.37MB PDF file. Here is a quotation from this section:

may supply two major functions. One is to change the low pressure refrigerant vaporized gas into high pressure/high temperature vapor gas by compressing in the and another is to circulate the refrigerant (or oil) into A/C.

The and Ventilation sections contains following discussion: general description of control and ventilation system, troubleshooting and service of wiring diagram, blower motor, unit, resistor and motor switch. free download the article here – 2.34MB PDF file.

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