During the summer, heat can suffocate you in your car if you don’t have air conditioning. If you have one and it’s not working, then you probably need to repair your air conditioning by replacing the Air Compressor. The key tasks of a compressors are to generate the required flow of refrigerant around an air conditioning system and at the same time compress it sufficiently to raise its temperature above the ambient in order to reject heat from the system. You’re looking for a compressor that can perform efficiently over very wide ranges of compressor speed and ambient conditions.
With the Denso Compressor, you expect a durable design muted noise and high performance. It has a Triple lip seal that ensures better sealing and prevents leakage. These compressors have perfect match to vehicle specification that means little need for technical support. They have a moly dene-coated piston, which protects the compressor form seizing during run-in. They come new, filled with the right amount of oil and delivered as complete assemblies.
To get the most of this compressor, it pays to know your vehicle’s specs. You don’t want to just pick a part of the shelf and think it will fit in your car. So, consult with your vehicle’s manual, and get the right fit for you. One thing they advise is to have your refrigerant cycle flushed so as not to contaminate the oil in your Denso Compressor. I find it guarantees a good run. After installation, follow the following run in procedure to prevent damage. The process distributes oil and starts up lubrication.
– Set Temperature to maximum cool
– Switch the blower to maximum speed.
– Start your engine and keep the rpm at idle
– Switch the A/C on for five minutes on more, and don’t increase engine speed.
– After the five minutes, all compressor oil originally stored in the compressor will have been transported through the system.
– After this, you’re free to test you’re A/C so you can increase the engine speed.
One thing the Denso Manufacturer surge is to use the original type of oil and never to mix it with other types or universal types of oil. Why? Because it reduces the durability of the compressor, and it voids your warranty.