No refrigerant pressure should be displayed. Trust me, I about took a picture and sent it to Al Gore! I used ester oil in case my switch to R134 wasn't satisfactory. If youre replacing the compressor you add the necssary oil to the system directly into the compressor. If you jump the compressor and still does not turn on - its dead. Drain oil from the new compressor into clean container B. Oil Adjustment Procedure for Compressor Replacement 1. Shop online, find the best price on the right product, and have it shipped right to your door.
The only post implying there is one says its under the dash but diagram differs from vehicle. I'm in a bind because it's very difficult to get a used compressor for this car - it's just too new. You add what you remove but hopefully, it wasn't low to begin with. Two months into ownership, the compressor went out and the air conditioning no longer works. Record amount of oil recovered D.
A few months 2017 ago I started having issues with compressor. Threads here seem to stop short of confirming or denying that an ac relay even exists. The vacuuming is a seperate step. Install new oil equal to recorded amounts in measuring cups X plus Y 1. Then the clutch coil began to smoke. Whatever oil gets removed during recovery is what you'll replace. The bearing failed,causing a very loud noise when the compressor is not engaged.
It is important to maintain the specified amount. Sounds like maybe the bearings. If you remove the low side hose on the compressor gas and oil is gonna come out. I own a nissan rogue with 2. On June 7, 2017 the air conditioner stopped working.
It works with any type of gas so theoretically, I could switch back and just top off the oil. . My independent mechanic is flabbergasted that Nissan won't help with this as I'm a repeat buyer at this dealership. I didn't have to do any guesswork since I was switching to R134 and had to purge the system anyway. If there is an extra connector then the Compressor is more than likely from another car like an Altima. We only have a little over 65,000 miles on this vehicle and have driven it for about 15,000 miles since purchase. Is it time to have a new nissan rogue compressor clutch? RockAuto doesn't list one either.
I can't believe that the compressor would fail after 6 years and only 65,000 miles. Maintenance of Oil Quantity in Compressor The oil in the compressor circulates through the system with the refrigerant. At 6 years old and under 100,000 miles I should not have this problem. Thanks in advance for any assistance! I'm trying to get this fixed without going to the dealer I cannot afford them. I think he was asking if refrigerant would come out. I'm trying to get this fixed without going to the dealer I cannot afford them. Measure an amount of new oil equal to the amount recovered during discharging.
I would only use an oil charge if I had prior knowledge of the type of oil used and the intial amount contained. Threads here seem to stop short of confirming or denying that an ac relay even exists. If it does place your can of r134 on there and charge it up. I have owned nothing but Nissans since 1987 and have never had a compressor problem. Another one stated that there is not one listed at all.
Here at Advance Auto Parts, we work with only top reliable Air Conditioning Relay product and part brands so you can shop with complete confidence. I believe it sits at the back opposite end from the pulley of the compressor at the lowest point and if the front end is jacked up, it allows complete drain without having to remove compressor from car. However lets say you dont need to mess with the compressor. It says tampering with the oil level will void the warranty. You add the full amount to the compressor. The clutch is working fine when ac is on.
Turn temperature control dial counterclockwise to maximum cold. Now I'm finding out the warranty does not cover and can't afford repair. My previous Nissans were ran up to 260,000 miles before trade in or replaced and I never had a compressor problem. It should be fine after that. I have contacted a Nissan dealership as well. Shops recover it usually for free by hooking up a vacum pump.