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Just received the a/c compressor for my 1998 nissan altima. The new compressor does not have the connectors on it. Can I take out the connectors from the old and place them on the new compressor? And if so how?

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What connectors? You will need to do more than just "put the compressor on" like replace the drier, evacuate and recharge with the correct amount of r134

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Just received the a/c compressor for my 1998 nissan altima. The new compressor does not have the connectors on top. Can I take out the connectors from the old and place them on the new compressor? And if...


I would be assuming and I hate to assume

are you talking about the clutch?
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The old pipes should fit right in the new holes and bolt right up. If they don't, you have the wrong compressor. It should be exactly what you took out. If it isn't, you won't have to worry about hooking it up because it probably won't fit. Check it out.

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