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Old 07-27-2021, 02:03 PM   #1
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NEED A/C Compressor, Dryer & TX Valve

I have 2004 Newmar Scottsdale 3201 with a Workhorse W22 Chassis, 8.1 engine. I need to replace the A/C compressor, dryer and TX Valve. I can't find any part number or even a brand on the compressor.

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Old 07-27-2021, 02:15 PM   #2
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Check here. Best source for Workhorse Chassis part numbers cross reference.
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You can save lot if you go to big box ap store.. go online on AutoZone and look at chevy c2500 or c3500 same yr and eng that you have and look at p# write them down.. and go in.. sometimes they freak out if you tell them rv.. just tell them truck for warranty.. don't get rebuilt if you can afford to.. while there get a repair book.. . Chevy does not make special Rv eng.. they use same eng trans.. and computer.. as pickups.. Rv is nothing more than pickup on big frame.. now if you want to pay 3 more.. use workhorse parts.. they don't make their own parts.. it still comes from same supplier just re branded.. that's up to you.. it worked for me..good luck and keep us posted..
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Workhorse out source all it's parts.. Chevy out source all it's parts.. they come from only a few suppliers.. they just bolt on what ever is available.. and most of the time now they don't even bother to re brand.. I had to use cell phone on flash and record up and around to find p#.. cell phone camera is your best friend.. don't forget to pick up some a_c special oil.. and Freon.. they will rent you vac pump free for deposit.. the book will tell you type and appox.. oil.. add little more and it make take a little more Freon than book says .. but it will get you 99% there.. it worked for me..
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