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You may have seen it before, the moisture indicator on the top of your truck’s receiver-drier. This window lets you quickly and easily check the health of your A/C’s refrigerant. A blue dot in the glass means the refrigerant is dry, while a pink, white or grey dot points to moisture or acid in the system.
Why is checking the indicator important? Because frequent checks can identify a moisture problem before it damages critical components and causes an unplanned A/C system failure.
To ensure your receiver-drier is functioning properly, schedule an A/C check for your truck today. Then, ask your Volvo service technician to look at the receiver-drier. If the window shows pink, white or grey, our experienced service team will flush your A/C, replace the receiver-drier and refill your system with clean refrigerant.
Even if the window is blue, it might still be time for a replacement. That’s because the desiccant inside the receiver-drier – which is responsible for pulling moisture out of the A/C system – can become less effective over time. To prevent the damage that desiccant degradation can cause, we recommend replacing the receiver-drier every five years, or any time the system is opened for service.
Let us help keep you comfortable out on the road. Click here to find an authorized dealer near you and schedule your full A/C inspection today.