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Ac compressor is making a grinding sound.

When i start the car the compressor makes a whining or grinding sound. it goes away after i drive for about a mile. someone told me it could be the bearing .can u help me

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Are you sure that it is the compressor and not something else, is the a/c system working or not if infact the noise is coming from the compressor yes it is possibly the bearing on the compressor or the one on the compressor clucth

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