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Old 07-05-2016, 07:01 AM   #1
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What type of AC compressor do I have?

I have my over the road ac clutch just go bad. I am deciding on just replacing the clutch or the compressor also. Probably equal wear on both. Does anyone know off hand the compressor make and model? I could open the bed and try to look or maybe take some random pics from the top.
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I have my over the road ac clutch just go bad. I am deciding on just replacing the clutch or the compressor also. Probably equal wear on both. Does anyone know off hand the compressor make and model? I could open the bed and try to look or maybe take some random pics from the top.

The clutch would have cost me about $100 for the part and nothing for the refrigerant system.

The Compressor was about $250 plus the refrigerant and dryers.

I (accidentally) found the model number on the upper back side of the compressor once it was removed from the brackets but the hoses not disconnected. Fortunately, the new compressor I had already purchased was the same model number.
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AC Compressor

I have a 2003 Allegro Bay 37DB with the Workhorse W22 chassis. Can anyone tell me the correct part number and manufacturer for the Dash AC compressor. I have the 8.1 Vortec engine.
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This:
Seltec Compressor OEM# xxx-46043
is what I recently put on my coach. Not sure if it's the same as yours, but when you find for sure which one you have, this might be a good place to get one.
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You may look at getting a bore scope inspection camera from harbor freight and look in without testing it apart.

They are handy for wire pulling as well.
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Hey guys thanks for the help. The seltec looks just like the one I have. I did open the top engine cover under the bed and was able to get some numbers from top of the compressor. I sent them to the people at A/C Parts Automotive and Motorhome And they recommended one with different numbers but looks the same. I will research both places before ordering. Thanks for the advise!
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