A/C Compressor W/Clutch for Honda Civic 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 1.8L 97555 For Sale

A/C Compressor W/Clutch for Honda Civic 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 1.8L 97555


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A/C Compressor W/Clutch for Honda Civic 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 1.8L 97555:
$99.13

Specification:

*Number of grooves: 7

*According to the original factory specifications.
*Perfectly fits for the original car.
*Stable characteristics, high reliability.

Features:
Placement on Vehicle:Front
Simple to installation
Automatic adjustment
Durability


Replace OEM Number:
CO class="MsoNormal"> Fitment:
2006-2011 Honda Civic 1.8L


Attention Please:
Be sure to clean the air conditioning system before installation, otherwise it will cause compression broken.

Package Includes:
1 x Air Conditioner Compressor



Note:
*Please make sure the installation site clean. Otherwise, it will cause operating obstruction, even make the temperature of the compressor too high to make the belt on the clutch melt.

*Because the item is with 100ml oil when sent to you, so there is no need to add oil when you use it the first time. But you need to add about 70-80% of refrigerant , don't need to fill it up. Or there will be noise if the refrigerant is added too much.

* Professional installation is highly recommended.



Take appropriate safety precautions:
1. Wear eye protection (safety glasses).
2. Do not smoke next to the vehicle when performing repairs.
3. Work in a well-ventilated area.
4. Wear skin protection (such as gloves and closed toe shoes).
5. Recover refrigerant before making repairs.

To confirm that this part fits your vehicle, enter your vehicle's Year, Make, Model, Trim and Engine in the Compatibility Table.

1.Remove compressor, receiver drier or accumulator, orifice tube or expansion valve.

2.Flush the condenser and evaporator using NON-OIL BASED A/C flush. On expansion valve systems. The valve must be removed before the evaporator can be flushed. Flushed condensers from outlet to inlet and evaporators from inlet to outlet.

3.Drain all the oil from the new compressor and dispose of according to local, state and federal laws.NOTE:if you compressor has a drain plug you will need to open it up and drain what oil is in there too.

4.Install half oil charge into the compressor and the remainder throughout the system. Turn compressor shaft 8-10 full revolutions to insure front seal and other internal parts are lubricated.

5.Install new receiver drier or accumulator and new orifice tube or expansion valve.

6.Evacuate the A/C system for a Minimum of one hour.

7.After evacuation install half the refrigerant charge and let the system set for 1 minute. This will allow the refrigerant to pick up oil and spread more evenly throughout the system.

8.Start engine whit A/C controls on MAX AIR with door and windows open.

9.Add the remaining charge of refrigerant as called for by the manufacture.


The serpentine belt or drive belt at the front of the engine drives the A/C compressor, thus allowing the compressor to pump refrigerant through the system. Some vehicles use a compressor with a clutch that engages the compressor electronically when the A/C button is turned on, and some vehicle's compressors turn any time the engine is running. The high pressure created is necessary for the air conditioning system to function and without it the air conditioner would blow just warmer than ambient temperature inside the vehicle. The compressor also uses check valves that allow refrigerant to flow in one direction.


What are the symptoms related to a bad AC compressor?

The compressor is necessary for the air conditioner to operate, and when it fails, the most common symptom is warm air from the vents. Since the compressor places additional load on the engine, engine speed (RPM) will drop slightly if the A/C button is turned on, but if the compressor is not functioning properly, the engine idle speed may not drop. This may indicate that the compressor clutch is not functioning, or internal compressor failure has occurred. When the check valves fail, the high and low pressure sides of the refrigerant system may being to equalize in pressure, and the air conditioner may blow warmer air. Finally, a squealing or grinding noise may be heard from the compressor in the event of mechanical failure.

On Aug-25-21 at 12:19:05 PDT, seller added the following information:



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