Kia Clarus/Credos

1995-2001 of release

Repair and car operation

KIA Klarus
1.1. Periodicity of maintenance
+ 2. FE DOHC engines and Т8 DOHC
+ 3. Greasing system
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Power supply system and release
+ 6. Fuel system
+ 7. Ignition system
+ 8. Coupling
+ 9. Mechanical transmission
+ 10. АКП G4A–EL
+ 11. АКП 50–40 LE
+ 12. Axes and power shafts
+ 13. Steering
+ 14. Wheels and tires
+ 15. Suspension bracket
+ 16. Body
- 17. Central air
   17.1. Specifications
   17.2. Check of drives of central air
   17.3. Connection of pipelines
   17.4. Quick disconnect connecting couplings
   17.5. Check of elements of central air located in salon of the car
   17.6. Removal and compressor installation
   17.7. Drive of management of modes
   17.8. Mixing drive
   17.9. Air inlet drive
   17.10. Channel sensor
   17.11. Compressor
   17.12. Magnetic coupling
   17.13. Two-regime relay of pressure
   17.14. Coolant (R–134A)
   17.15. Main data on service of system of cooling
   17.16. Search and elimination of malfunctions
+ 18. Electric equipment
+ 19. Brake system
+ 20. Electric circuits

17.11. Compressor


1–magnetic coupling;

The compressor is intended for pressure increase паров a coolant pairs of coolant evaporating from the evaporator, it was possible to condense easily, i.e. for compression паров a coolant. At performance by the compressor of this function the coolant repeatedly is condensed / evaporates, circulating on system of cooling and transferring heat from a cold zone to the warm. On analogies to a human body, a coolant corresponds to blood so the compressor of system of cooling is her heart as heart provides blood circulation.


The compressor reduces pressure of a coolant in the evaporator the coolant being in a liquid state, could evaporate easily.


The compressor compresses the evaporated coolant at high temperature and a high pressure and sends it to the condenser that it could turn into liquid at normal temperature.

The compressor carries out coolant circulation in the course of aforementioned absorption and compression for ensuring continuous work.