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Old 12-18-2017, 08:39 AM   #1
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How can I determine what A/C compressor is on my 2003 National Tropi-Cal 35', Freightliner chassis, 330 Cat ? It is located where I cannot get an eye on the tag and I would like to locate a replacement before I remove the old one. Thanks!
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How can I determine what A/C compressor is on my 2003 National Tropi-Cal 35', Freightliner chassis, 330 Cat ? It is located where I cannot get an eye on the tag and I would like to locate a replacement before I remove the old one. Thanks!
I do not know how far back thier archives go...but you can call any Freightliner shop...give them the last six digits of your VIN number...and they may be able to look up the part on thier computer. You can apply for a username and password, as a coach owner, ...to access thier site. It has Parts Pro and EZ Wiring...these are very valuable tools when figuring out what parts to order, or how something was wired by Freightliner.

Here’s a screenshot from Parts Pro for my Compressor...just as an example.
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How can I determine what A/C compressor is on my 2003 National Tropi-Cal 35', Freightliner chassis, 330 Cat ? It is located where I cannot get an eye on the tag and I would like to locate a replacement before I remove the old one. Thanks!
Use your camera to take pics all around it and see if you can locate the tag.
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Tried already, can’t get to it. Thanks
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