Air Conditioning Accumulator
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ToughOne Air Conditioning Accumulator

Part No. T33133 Warranty Details  

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Tough One Accumulators are designed to meet or exceed original equipment specifications.
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Diameter Of Body:3.5 in
Fitting Size:0.75 in
Fitting Type:Female O-Ring
Freon Compatibility:R12 or R134a
Hose Fitting Size:0.75 in
Hose Fitting Type:Male Insert O-ring
Length:8 in

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  • Q:

    I purchased an '89 Chevrolet C1500 a year ago. The A/C system is completely empty. I plan to flush the system and replace the O-rings, valves, compressor, orifice tube, and charge with the new type coolant. Should the Accumulator also be replaced before charging the system? Why would the Accumulator need replacing?
    Asked on 9/4/2011 by Anonymous from Sulphur, LA

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      A:

      I would suggest taking your vehicle to a certified mechanic for a proper diagnosis before buying and having parts installed that may not (solve/be) the problem.

      Answered on 9/5/2011 by Steve from AAP
    • A:

      Absolutely yes. The accumulator absorbes 'moisture", ergo, if it was open to atmosphere for any period of time from 1989 till now, it will have/could have most definately absorbed moisture. Thats its main job.
      If you are replacing as many parts as you say you are, then, of course replace the accumulator. Its a cheap and easy part to replace.
      Make very certain to have 4-6 ozs of ester oil, then button it up and have a full vacuum of entire sys "before" adding R-134.

      Answered on 7/24/2014 by autogeek from North carolina
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