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Old 06-13-2007, 09:14 PM   #1
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hi sorry i didn't know where to put this cuz there was no section for honda civics in any earlier models

but anyway im buying a 1995 honda civic from someone and they have informed me that the a/c doesn't work but the reason for y the a/c doesn't work is because it needs a new a/c compressor

could anyone explain to me how to remove the a/c compressor? ...and what other things might i have to look for, for why the a/c isn't working
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u must not work on cars.......the compressor is easy.....two 10mm bolts on the hoses........4 12mm bolts on the compressor to block......but if the system is charged up still u will have to let all the freon out first...or it goes boom boom in your face......if the compressor shot metal in the system u have to flush it out and replace the dryer and expansion valve........


LET A PROFESSIONAL DO IT.......LOL...... if you were near here id do it for ya.....
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roughly how much do u think it would cost me for a new compressor and to have it installed?

and im sure its going to need more freon
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man every shop charges different amounts.....

just so u know.....labor at my shop would be

R&R compressor.....$82.50
R&R ac evacuate and recharge.....$44
Parts.....compressor........who knows.......used $50 new $250
Parts ....belt......$15
R&R Dryer.......$27.50
R&R expansion valve $82.50
R&R flush system......$27.50

our labor rate on hondas is $55 hr....
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i know prices vary....i was just wondering of an estimate...so i know about how much its going to cost me
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i know prices vary....i was just wondering of an estimate...so i know about how much its going to cost me
I got a d16z6 (ex/si) a/c compressor belt and pully for sale
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