Engine Size: 1.6L
Refrigerant Type: R-134
I have an old Denso 10P08E compressor from a 1992 Suzuki Sidekick. It was removed from the vehicle, unknown age or condition but the clutch did engage when turned on. System did not get cold at all though. If it's bad, I will replace it with a new one, but wanted to try it first.
What is the best way to flush it out so it does not contaminate my a/c system?
Is there some sort of filter I could install immediately after the compressor in case it's bad and spits junk into the system?
Is there any way to test it aside from trying it?
Here ya go...
Thanks! So, will the bench test work with my compressor? I have no idea if it's the same as mentioned in the procedure.
Can I use oil from the auto parts store to flush? What type should I look for?
What about a filter after the compressor? Is there something I can install inline directly after it to protect the rest of the system?
If you intend to run it with 134a, flush it with Ester oil. BVA 100 as sold by the site sponsor is a good choice.
You should be able to test that compressor for vacuum.
There are filters available, but a good flush should take care of it.
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