Question about 1999 Nissan Quest
My compressor blew and in the process of replacing the compressor accumulator and valve. Came accross a few things in the process.
How does the accumlator hose disconect from the side next to the firewall. It looks like it should slide out, but I have twisted and pulled at it without success. I don't want to pull to hard and risk breaking a line.
Also do you know how much compressor oil it will take. Under the hood it says 325 cc. That just seems like a lot.
I thought I would have seen the orifice tube, but haven't. Do you know where I should expect to find it in order to replace it?
Orifice tube is in the high pressure liquid line going into evaporator. You will see a small crimp in the line.
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Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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