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Old 05-19-2015, 05:16 PM   #1
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2005 Winnebago Adventurer cab AC Compressor

Just had the cab air checked and recharged. We have a leaky compressor. The cost to replace the cab air compressor and associated parts was $1000 -- that seems a little steep to me altho I have no comparison yet. Have any of you other Chevy chassis owners faced a bill like that? OUCH!
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Find out the type of compressor you have on there and start looking on ebay, probably a Sanden unit! I went to a trusted parts store with my other halfs pickup asking for a good a/c shop , he sent me across the street , they checked nothing and told me it needed a compressor for $850, went home and opened the hood on my identical truck, checked the fan clutch and swapped them... charged it with freon and it has been fine since! $ 1000 should get you a new compressor, new hoses ,condensor and a lifetime warrantee! Bobby
ps if it is a Sanden try to get a real one , not a clone! You will be able to see who sells what by their feedback!
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Can't speak to the RV but most estimates for a car are in that range or higher. Have a new drier installed and there is usually a filter in the line as well (can't remember what it is called). If the compressor dumped crap in the system then a flush of the condenser will also be required.

What was the work they were quoting?
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I thought that I would need a compressor for my W-22, but it turned out that I had a leak around the low pressure cut-off, so I got that from UltraRVProducts. I had looked into a compressor though and found a new one on Amazon for $181.94. I had braced myself for the $1000 price, so I was really happy with the find. One of the reviewers said that he had bought it for his Workhorse Motorhome and it worked just fine.
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