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  1. #16
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    It’s dark and rainy now, I plan to trouble shoot tomorrow. It’s a two wire coil right? Just run one to 12v and the other to ground correct?


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    Didn’t have the connector fully seatedA/C clutch replacement I’m the king of stupid town sometimes lol


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    Well at least that’s an easy fix.
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    i bought the kit before realizing WHERE Dodge put the compressor. (GM puts them right on top, knowing you'll go through 3 or 4

    Is there anyway this can be done with the compressor on the car? I don't want to waste my freon (is that still a thing) when all i need is a bearing...

    thanks!



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    Why is that snap ring beveled in the first place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CURLY View Post
    Why is that snap ring beveled in the first place?

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    They are stamped parts; makes no difference which face is in or out, although the bevel might assist in some way during re-insertion.
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    Thx. Hemmisary! I finally got around 2 putting the air conditioner clutch, pully and coil back together. Then in order to torque the center bolt I turn the air conditioner on to engage it to the pulley and it doesn't work. Now I have to check circuits and fuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CURLY View Post
    Why is that snap ring beveled in the first place?

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    I understand that the orientation does matter, i.e. flat side on the flat bearing surface, and the rounded side towards you. Putting the flat side in keeps the snap ring correctly aligned to the machined groove that holds the unit in place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMC-81 View Post
    I understand that the orientation does matter, i.e. flat side on the flat bearing surface, and the rounded side towards you. Putting the flat side in keeps the snap ring correctly aligned to the machined groove that holds the unit in place.
    Nope; its a concentric part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemissary View Post
    Nope; its a concentric part.
    Hmm. Maybe the snap ring is different than on Sanden units, which have a flat side and a rounded/curved side. Therefore you can't correctly install them in the wrong orientation. I assumed they were the same because in Step 1 of the Installation section from the Service and Repair manual I linked to above it states:

    "The snap ring must be fully and properly seated in the groove or it will vibrate out, resulting in a clutch failure and severe damage to the A/C compressor. NOTE: A new snap ring must be used to secure the compressor clutch field coil to the A/C compressor. The bevel side of the snap ring must face outward and both snap ring eyelets must be oriented to the right or to the left of the field coil dowel pin location on the A/C compressor."

    However, I haven't rebuilt a Denso compressor to say for sure. I'll look at my old Denso compressor and see. A picture from the OP would help.

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    Now that it's in is there a way to test the engagement or action before I put the supercharger up above it. When I turn the key on and activate the switch I get no action does it have to be running for it to engage?

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    You can jump the relay pins and check that the coil pulls in


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    I was going to try that and figure it's a straight 12volts. But can polarity be reversed safely?

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