[DML] AC compressor rework
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[DML] AC compressor rework



I'm about to crack open my AC system and replace a number of components.
The compressor is ok right now, but... I think I may be able to get a
very good deal on a Sanden 510 compressor, brand new.  The problems are
that it has the wrong back on it and the wrong pulley (currently
serpentine).

 

I know I can purchase a GM back reasonably, or move my old one over.  Is
this a terribly difficult thing to get right? Do I reuse the new seals
or replace them?

 

How about replacing the pulley?  Can I swap just the pulley and keep
using the new clutch?  Do I need special tools, etc?

 

Advice appreciated.

 

Tom

 

 



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