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DISASSEMBLE AC COMPRESSOR CLUTCH

HOW DO I DISASSEMBLE THE AC COMPRESSOR CLUTCH

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07 jeep compass 2.4L, USA car, ?
diffr ,countries and diffr assemble plants use diffr, A/C systems.


FSM words, USA
5SE12 A/C compressor,
or
6SEU16 A/C compressor
Santech? is it?
the compressor has a plate on the side, read it, it has a name
and pn. then google for that or use youtube.

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/accessories/Santech-Compressor-clutch-tool-set/_/N-255s?itemIdentifier=952175_0_0_

i think the hub is threaded on to shaft tip.
some types:
One is for a MINI YORK CMPR, YORK OR TECUMSEH compressor and one is for a SANDEN/SANKYO compressor.


some need a puller
others, need that and a holder to keep it still
do not mix up or lose any spacers inside.
a newbearing is easy to find and replace. on car.
most cars.

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The AC compressor continued to turn even after I pulled the 12-volt supply wire to the unit. The AC compressor exhibited no unusual symptoms that would explain the locked clutch, there was no bearing failure, no unusual noise, On the contrary, the AC continued to work properly. The Jaguar cooled as good or better than the other cars I currently own, all of which have original factory 134a AC systems. uses the GM A6 compressor, a common compressor used by a variety of General Motor's cars I was not about to disassemble a perfectly working AC system because of a defective clutch. The project starts by removing the hood. Clearance in the Jaguar engine bay is non-existent. In addition, the AC compressor is located 3 inches from the radiator top support. it is possible to do this with the hood on you will regret it. The objective is to replace the AC clutch on the car. Remove the AC compressor's front and rear bolts only. Lift the front of the compressor up to clear the top radiator support. Do not depressurize the system or remove any hoses.
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