Should I also replace my condenser?
- Manufactured to meet or exceed OE standards
- Includes the clutch and proper amount of Pag 46 oil. The volume of included oil is noted on the identification tag.
- Undergoes rigorous testing for leaks and dependability
Vehicle manufacturers recommend that the condenser be replaced whenever the compressor is replaced. While older Tube & Fin style condensers can technically be flushed, metal shards from a failed compressor can get lodged in the cylindrical tubes and can restrict refrigerant flow, diminishing the heat transfer capabilities of the condenser and A/C system. Newer style, mini-tube condensers cannot be flushed and should always be replaced along with the compressor.
Compressor Installation Information (Please Read Before Installation)
A/C System Flush Procedure
Which Compressor Do I Need?
Certain vehicles came with multiple compressor styles. You can only replace your current compressor with the same style compressor.
1. On your existing A/C Compressor, check the sides and/or bottom for an identification tag. For some vehicles, the compressor may need to be removed to view the identification tag.
2. Look for information like manufacturer name, compressor type/style, and model number/part number.
3. Count the grooves on the pulley.
4. Compare the information from your compressor to the product listing to determine which compressor matches your original.
|Alternate/OEM Part Number(s): 977013K125|
|GPD Warranty Information:12 months. IMPORTANT A/C COMPRESSOR WARRANTY NOTE: In order to ensure that proper warranty credit is issued if needed, the compressor installation instructions must be adhered to. All compressors returned for defect must show proof of purchase of an A/C Orifice Tube (or A/C Expansion Valve), A/C Receiver Drier/Accumulator, and A/C System Flush or a Work Order showing the purchase of these items and that the system was flushed.|