Engine Size: 1.6l
Refrigerant Type: `34 convert
Country of Origin: United States
Here is a question concerning my other car..I replaced my compressor, drier and expansion valve 2 yrs ago...as well as flushing the system and converting it to R-134. It used to freeze me out. Anyway I have noticed that I had a leak and actually had to evacuate the system and then refill it this past summer because of what appears to be a leak on the suction and discharge ports of the compressor. I had a heck of a time getting it in yrs ago. When I did the convert, I thought that I put the right kind of O-rings in then..but maybe not..They must not have sealed good.
I now have N-log and want to replace the O-rings but need to have a pic or number or something to make sure I get the right kind. Even when I get that will need a place to buy them from...any suggestions..
Tim thanks for replying so quickly. Forgive me for being so slow...but I am not sure the right ones are on there now...and wanted to know if someone has a place to go to look to make sure the O-rings or gasket whatever one would call it that fits between the compressor discharge and suction ports and the dis and suc hoses....that is what i need to know..
Hey guys...don't leave me hangin...I need to know if you can tell me or really show me what O ring or Metal gasket is used between the compressor discharge and suction ports and the hose that attaches to it. I not sure the ones on it are correct. The link that Tim gave is great but just gives the O rings in a package...bunch of different sizes..not sure which one would be for the compressor ports...
There is no site or link that will tell you the exact o-ring to use. O-ring and gaskets are pretty straight forward, most of the time only one size with fit the connection. You may have a captured vs standard o-ring of the same size but that is about it. But that mostly on GM products. We do our best not to leave someone hanging. Sometimes there is no follow up to a question someone asks. If you still think you will have trouble you might try the dealer on the o-rings. They have micro-fish which will tell them the exact OEM part number for your connection. Just don't mix them up on the way home.
Thanks for the information...it is a great idea to go to the dealer and see the "o ring". Thanks again..
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