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|Clutch Only Required:||No|
|Coil Clock Position:||12|
|Compressor Type:||New Sanden/Sankyo TRS090 Compressor w/ Clutch|
|Manifold Type:||Pad Mount|
|OE Manufacturer:||General Motors Corp.|
|Pulley Diameter:||4 in|
|Refrigerant:||R12 or R134a|
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Q:I seen that one of your CS reps said that the compressors don't come with oil but some do and I wanted to know whether or not this specific compressor comes per-oiled or not?
A:Yes, Lano, this ToughOne Air Conditioning Compressor with Clutch - New (Part No. T78560) comes with pre-oiled. However, drain any oil shipped in compressor used for lubrication during shipping only, and add the proper amount of PAG oil. Oil must be added through the fill bolt of the compressor, when applicable. After everything has been installed, use your hand or a spanner wrench to rotate the clutch 10 to 15 times before you turn the system on. This will clear the system of lubricants.
Q:How much does it weigh?
A:Hi Magaly, good question! This compressor weighs 13.96 lbs approximately.
Q:After a catastrophic compressor failure I am putting in a new compressor, dryer, evaporator and condenser and flushing the hoses. Honda service manual calls for the following Qty of oil: Condenser 25ml, Evaporator 40 ml, Hoses 10 ml and dryer 10 ml. It instructs to subtract the amount drained from the old compressor from 300 and drain that amount from the new compressor. Since the new one has no oil and the service manual does not give the total for the system. how much do I put in the new one?
A:normally it would take one can, but i would need the year,make,and model to be sure you can also call 1-877-advance for more info
Q:after a compressor stop working, do you just replace it with a new one fill it up againg will it work or is there something else you need to do.
A:I recommend replacing the orifice tube (if applicable), and the receiver/dryer.
Q:Does this have oil inside?
A:No. The compressors do not come with oil inside them.