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Old 02-27-2006, 08:00 PM   #1
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a/c compressor bearing how too remove?

today i finaly decided to do somethign about that annoying whinning upfront coming from around the a/c compressor area. I replaced the idler bearing and it took that whining down a good 3/4. But there is still a whine. I took the clutch off the compressor and noticed behind the surclip there a bearing and when i free spin the unit it sounds worn like dirt is in the bearing a bit. My question is, if i was to pull that surclip off whats underneath it? can i pull the pully off and press a new bearing into it?



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Re: a/c compressor bearing how too remove?

ooops it's a 94 sonoma tbi 4.3 w engine code, automatic
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