Using a tubing cutter, cut the marked section of the evaporator tube 2. I did replace most of the parts that the bulletin stated except the Condenser. No, compressor oil will only need to be serviced if it is contaminated or the fluid has leaked out. Can it be that not enough oil is circulating through the compressor. I had this problem in an older Audi I owned with a piston-type compressor.
A blocked orifice can be made using the following steps: Cut the orifice tube frame and screen. Install the proper Installation Mandrel 1 on the threaded portion of the Installation Tool. No, it is only necessary to flush out the system if the system is contaminated. The guy send me another compressor but told me that it was going to be the last one because his technician told him that the mechanic that did my service did not flush the system correctly and it plugged the lines making the Compressor to go bad. I think it's highly unlikely in this case, but I have seen it a few times before with other engines.
Important: Be sure to clean the appropriate surface before applying the Notification Label. Remove the retainer from the evaporator tube 2 to the air cleaner support bracket. Keep us in the loop on how things work out for you. It is important to select the correct size screen that will press fit into the suction port of the compressor hose assembly. I emailed them last week asking for a hurry up and still waiting now. Man I was having so much trouble finding one because none of the local auto part will give me the correct one. This is getting as bad as antifreeze.
The compressor is still sealed but it's on the car right now. The new oil, which goes by Part No. If they are ok, then it starts to get tricky. I believe the design of the compressor V5 is a 5 piston with swash plate - minimal moving parts, but but based on my assessment it has to be internal. . Taz Terry Phillips JagBuff - Is the expansion valve in the evaporator partially blocked? I forgot to check to see how much oil was filled by Delphi but I assume it's 2 oz? Then the system will need to be flushed before it is refilled with refrigerant and oil.
Remove the burrs from the evaporator tube 2. Please keep in mind that this lubricant is discontinued for the U. Rick I just came back from the mechanic and the rattle sound is still on the compressor. Parts Information Part Number Description 01132781 Accumulator Asm. Tighten Tighten the radiator brace bolts to 9 N·m 80 lb in.
Configure the flush adapter and hose for either a forward flush or reverse flush. If the wrong type of compressor oil or the wrong viscosity compressor oil is used, it may damage the compressor. If I have a win, I will let you know just incase for next time. Use the Suction Port Sizing Tool 1 in order to determine the appropriate size filter screen. It only does the noise when i take off from a stop and hit 30mph, then the rattle sounds stops. I took the Truck to different Mechanic Shops, all of them told me that the compressor was going bad.
This lubricant 100% fits for General Motors cars. Install the six bolts retaining the radiator support brace. Remove the six bolts retaining the radiator support brace and position the brace so that the condenser can be removed. The compressor is still sealed but it's on the car right now. I think it's highly unlikely in this case, but I have seen it a few times before with other engines. He also told me that the orifice tube was full of metal shavings and he replaced with a new one. It's weird because at higher speeds it doesn't do it.
Refer to the service procedure below. Using the Installation Tool, place the manifold into the fixture of the tool. The thing is that when i replaced the original compressor, the mechanic told me that the oil and orfice tube did not look dirty no metal shavings at all. Too much oil can hurt cooling performance. If they are ok, then it starts to get tricky. And then there's Delphi Harrison. I am still waiting for return emails in regards to your compressor.
. Whenever possible, warm the engine prior to system flushing. The oil is supplied in 8-oz. Removal Procedure Using the appropriate Removal Tool 1 , place the Removal Tool 1 into the bore of the filter screen. Always replace the accumulator after the reverse flushing procedure is complete.
It causes very high high side pressures and the pop off valve goes off on acceleration. I think the compressor was hydraulically locking because of the restricted flow through the expansion valve. Other remans will be lubed with a factory fill chosen by the remanufacturer, and if shipped dry, will get whatever is on the shop's shelf. That will be enough, not a big deal. I'm planning on replacing the condenser and I've flushed out all other lines and the evaporator core, replaced orifice tube, and got a new accumulator. Im gunna throw this out there. Connect the blue hose from the J 45268-1 flush filter adapter.