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There was once a time when driving was an exhilarating experience, and as long as you are sure to use high quality auto parts, your Nissan Maxima can bring back that era. Albeit they aren't always needed for keeping your car or truck on the go, the cabin comfort systems of your vehicle are important for keeping your car or truck cozy and satisfactory to use, most especially in difficult weather situations. Nissan Maxima AC Compressors are located just behind the front of the vehicle so that air pushed the engine compartment can cool down the Freon. Your car's AC Compressor moves your central air refrigerant into the condenser. A/C components use cooling fluid, which is transferred to the condenser by your AC Compressor. After cooling with the help of the AC Compressor, the cooling system passes the frosty air into the cabin of your car.