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Best way to access AC compressor on 2006 Jetta to replace it?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 16-04-2018

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\015\0121. Make sure the vehicle is off with key removed.
\015\0122. You need to evacuate the refrigerant with a refrigerant recovery system.
\015\0123. Remove the ribbed belt.
\015\0124. Remove the noise insulation beneath the engine.
\015\0125. Remove the bolts (1) from A/C compressor and disconnect refrigerant lines.
\015\0126. Remove hex screws (2) and remove the compressor.
\015\012Reinstall in reverse order making sure the bushings (3) are seated. Make sure your new compressor is filled with regrigerant oil prior to install and you do not start the car prior to filling it back up with regrigerant. Turn the ribbed belt pulley of A/C compressor 10 rotations by hand before starting the engine.
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