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|Clutch Only Required:||No|
|Compressor Type:||Reman Sanden/Sankyo TRSA12 Compressor w/ Clutch|
|Manifold Type:||Sealing Washer|
|OE Manufacturer:||General Motors Corp.|
|Pulley Diameter:||3.875 in|
|Refrigerant:||R12 or R134a|
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Q:I've installed this ac compressor per warranty and specs in my 2003 Trailblazer.
A:Sorry, without the presence of your vehicle we would not be able to properly diagnose it nor provide you with a 100% answer. We would suggest that you take your vehicle to a certified mechanic for further diagnosis.
Q:does the bolt come where the lines go in
A:I believe you are referring to the bolt between the lines. Yes, this bolt is removable and can be removed easily. For any further assistance please feel free to call 1-877-238-2623 and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:Does this product come with everything I need to install, beside freeon.
A:You will also need to purchase oil.
A:When replacing a A/C compressor, You always have change all the Filter Items such as Accumulator/Drier, Orifice Tube, and in some cases the evaporator valve. Also flush the system,Air out with compressed air. The Following items mention, "cannot be" flushed. So, with that said, The condenser coil, and evaporator coil "can be" flushed. So, when you do your job, remove the: Compressor,Accumulator/ Drier,Disconnect Hoses From Condenser and Evaporator coils!! After you flush theses Item, begin to replace your Compressor, Accumulator/Drier, and Orifice Tube or Evaporator Valve to torque specs. The Next Step to Vac down the System to 29.7 CFM for at less 2 hrs on average. Now,the tricky part,You need A/C gauges to read High & Low reading.Their is Also a hose to fill the system with R-134a. You should have hook them up before you vacuum the system.Now study Dag Oil and your system.Do it right. If you did it right, the compressor will drink the Freon! 3 to 4 cans.Good Luck!!!