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Old 06-15-2016, 03:55 PM   #1
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What is the part number of this F53 A/C dryer/receiver accumulator?

On my Ford F53 1999 I need to change the Air conditionning accumulator.

All the auto parts store says it should be part number: 83043. But it is not the same as the one I have at all.

Here are three pictures of my old A/C accumulator:







And this is what autoparts store propose me:
https://storage.googleapis.com/apgim...D2496C_Fro.jpg

But the connectors won't fit at all and the thing is twice bigger than my old one.

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Old 06-15-2016, 05:26 PM   #2
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Your dryer/receiver looks typical of many versions available at auto parts stores. I'm surprised they couldn't match one up for you that would match the threaded connectors. The HVAC system could be from Evans Tempcon, check out the receiver/dryer they show:

Evans Tempcon, Inc - Service Parts
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Old 06-15-2016, 07:37 PM   #3
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Your receiver/dryer is unique to the F53 chassis, because of the dry break fitting on the output side. The easy way out is to purchase a dryer with 2 identical fittings (tube "O" ring), that match the line from the condenser. Then purchase a replacement hose fitting that matches the dryer. Your HVAC system is Ford/Denso. Ford supplied the compressor, condenser & receiver/dryer. Denso supplied the evaporator & case, exp. valve, blower and controls.

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I did try to find a match on google image and I have found a very good answer.

I think it is Motorcraft YF-2517. Alternate 1C3419959AA, F81Z19C836AB

This part fits on F550 1999 and for my VIN Ford also says that my F53 is a F550.

Also this part number is the one for F53 from 2004 to 2015.

See this web page: Motorcraft® YF2517 - A/C Accumulator

Rockauto show this part number for a F550. In fact for the F550 they show two models and for this one they state it is for F550 Motorhome 1999. I did not know that on rockauto I should look for F550 for parts and not only for F53. This is very good to know since I buy half of all my parts at this website.
See this link: 1999 FORD F-550 SUPER DUTY 7.3L V8 DIESEL Turbocharged A/C Receiver Drier / Accumulator | RockAuto

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Richard mentioned that Ford normally may have supplied the compressor, condensor and dryer. The rest were supplied by the builder.

As mentioned by Bob, Evans Tempcon was the prime supplier to many builders. I suspect the dryer came from them. It appears to be a standard dryer used by many builders (Parker).

Evans Tempcon, Inc

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Richard mentioned that Ford normally may have supplied the compressor, condensor and dryer. The rest were supplied by the builder.

As mentioned by Bob, Evans Tempcon was the prime supplier to many builders. I suspect the dryer came from them. It appears to be a standard dryer used by many builders (Parker).

Evans Tempcon, Inc

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I looked at it but I was afraid of buying the wrong one.
The RV218337 has a white sticker.

But I saw that Evans also have one with a yellow sticker which they call RV218396. Since the Rockauto one for a F550 (motorhome) and the F53 from 2004 to 2015 also has a yellow sticker I presume the RV218396 is the right one but I am not sure.

See the RV218396 here: rv218396 - Johnny's AC Parts Warehouse

Picture of the RV218396:


Picture of the RV218337:


Picture of the Rockauto MOTORCRAFT YF2517 {#1C3419959AA, F81Z19C836AB} :



In fact I don't think the RV218396 would be a direct fit because of the exit port looking different. The RV218337 seems to have the same ports but I don't know for now.
I think to be safe we should stick to Rockauto part number. This is what I have ordered yesterday from them. I have a discount code of 5% valid ontil july 24: 4612172141227081 - put this on the field: How Did You Hear About Us?
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The only consideration should be connections and space to install it. A receiver/dryer is a pretty simple device installed on the high pressure side of the A/C. It serves as a storage area for refrigerant and lube oil, (receiver) it also serves as a filter to strain out any particles that get introduced into the system, and third it contains a desiccant to remove any moisture. (dryer)

I'd worry less about parts numbers and match up size and connectors to find a replacement.
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^^ exactly.
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The only consideration should be connections and space to install it. A receiver/dryer is a pretty simple device installed on the high pressure side of the A/C. It serves as a storage area for refrigerant and lube oil, (receiver) it also serves as a filter to strain out any particles that get introduced into the system, and third it contains a desiccant to remove any moisture. (dryer)

I'd worry less about parts numbers and match up size and connectors to find a replacement.
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Richard mentioned that Ford normally may have supplied the compressor, condensor and dryer. The rest were supplied by the builder.

As mentioned by Bob, Evans Tempcon was the prime supplier to many builders. I suspect the dryer came from them. It appears to be a standard dryer used by many builders (Parker).

Evans Tempcon, Inc

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Evens Tempcon does supply to a lot of RV builders, but in that era Fleetwood used Denso.
I did not say Ford "may have" supplied said parts. I said Ford "did" supply said parts.
Also the F550 has the total A/C system supplied by Ford. Where as the F53 has a 2 part A/C system.
Yes I own a F53 and have made the repairs the OP is trying to do.

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Here is my search string for eBay for the good part number:
(dryer, drier, receiver, accumulator) (1C34-19959-AA, 1C3419959AA, F81Z19C836AB, YF2517, F81Z-19C836-AB)

The box I have received from rockauto has the Ford Motorcraft logo on it so it is the oem. Part YF2517, F81Z-19C836-AB. On the accumulator the sticker is "Parker" from Batesville, MS. So it is: "Parker Mobile Climate Systems", parker.com.

But if someone wants to try a PROBABLY compatible model here is another search string for eBay: (dryer, drier, receiver, accumulator) (1C34-19959-AA, 1C3419959AA, F81Z19C836AB, F81Z-19C836-AB, YF2517, R-12, R134a, RV218337)

On amazon for a PROBABLY compatible model search for :
Receiver R134A
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Receiver R-12.
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Want to thank you guys ran into the same problem with rockauto. They sent me the same enormous receiver drier but mine is the small one too.
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Want to thank you guys ran into the same problem with rockauto. They sent me the same enormous receiver drier but mine is the small one too.
For my 1999 Rockauto sell the small one. But not under F53. We have to go for a F550 1999. Then they show the small and the big one. Beside the small one it says: F550 Stripped Chassis which is a F53. I received and installed it last summer and it works perfectly.
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