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Re: OT: Auto AC Help Needed

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06-28-2013 05:12:54

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I am going to assume he broke the snout the clutch coil presses onto... For the record they are all that way its not a ford thang...
I have broke one once I figgered it out have not broke another but its always possible if you get in a hurry... Its always a roll of the dice to replace just the compressor clutch,, Its somewhat a roll of the dice to replace just the compressor... The expansion tube needs to come out for inspection it will tell the story...

The unanswered question is what got the clutch... Did it ware out are is the compressor failing and over working the clutch...

I will not warranty a clutch replacement only its your crap shoot not mine... New compressors with clutch assy are not much more than a new clutch assy... If you can not afford to fix it right the first time I can not afford to fix it under warranty either...

If you are gonna replace the compressor take the old one apart if its tearing up theirs a good chance your new one will also if you do not replace the AC lines, hoses, condenser and accumulator...

Its hard to bite the bullet and go for the kill but repeated compressor failers are hard to eat also... If you do have repeated compressor failers you are gonna get to replace the lines, condenser and accumulator anyways :twisted:
When the receiver drier is tween the compressor and condenser it will trap most contamination,,, When GM went to the R4 compressor clutch cycle set up and others followed suit it changed the way AC were serviced... Now the filter is on the discharge side of the evaporator so all the contamination gets to travel threw about the hole system...

To shadetree a system charge Blower on HI check the inlet and out temp of the evaporator they should both be cold about the same feel (with you hand) on both sides...

If someone did not explain this to me I would not let them work on my AC they do not know what they are doing they can play dice with someones else's money...

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