AC condensers are an important component of a car’s air conditioning system. They are often found in the front of a radiator and are thin and constructed of aluminum. An AC condenser is a heat exchange system that performs the same function as a radiator in a vehicle’s AC system, which is to remove heat from the AC system. 

The primary function of an AC condenser is to dissipate the heat generated by the AC system during normal operation. It does this in the same way as a radiator does, and they both operate in tandem with evaporators. The heat received by the evaporator in the AC system is released to the environment through the condenser.