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|Compressor Type:||Reman Nippondenso 10PA15C Compressor w/o Clutch|
|Manifold Type:||Pad Mount|
|New Or Remanufactured:||Remanufactured|
|Refrigerant Type:||R12 or R134a|
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Q:my compressor is locking up when i turn on the ac. can it be fixed? is the problem my clutch or the compressor?
A:Automotive air conditioning compressors require frequent maintenance. Professional maintenance can prevent a car's air conditioning compressor from seizing, or locking up. Some of the causes for an automotive air conditioner's compressor locking up are improper lubrication, low coolant levels, and low-quality or incorrect types of refrigerant. Air conditioning compressors require specific types of oil, depending on their individual needs. A professional air conditioning technician will have the information available to ensure that a vehicle's air conditioning compressor is oiled at the correct intervals, using the right type of oil for that vehicle. In addition to the correct amount of oil, air conditioning compressors also need to maintain minimum levels of refrigerant gas in order to prevent damage to the compressor. Not only does the minimum level of refrigerant gas need to be maintained in order to keep the automotive air conditioner's compressor from locking up, the correct type of refrigerant gas must be used. Scheduling frequent preventative maintenance checks with a professional technician will ensure that the correct refrigerant gas is used, and will prevent damage to the car's air conditioning compressor.