This is part 2 of an amateur demonstration of how I replaced the Sanden AC clutch pulley bearing on my 1998 Dodge Ram 4X4. Be sure to see both the part I video and the video description on that page for useful additional details. Part 1 is here http://youtu.be/R6RGgFTpzWY This video is strictly amateur and published for entertainment purposes only. It is not a qualified instructional effort and the information contained here is not guaranteed to be accurate or complete. Work on AC systems involves special risks, including the risk of violating international law if freon is released into the atmosphere without reclaiming it. Do not try this at home. Any misadventure you encounter if you attempt to repair your vehicle is your responsibility.
How to replace the bearing on an ac compressor pulley on a 2000 Ford F-150 The torque is 10ft pounds
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This short video will show you how to set the temperature on the Dixell Controller.
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This video was created by Eaton's Hydraulics Business as a promotional video for the EZ Clip product.
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Help me identify this whining noise from my engine, i think it's the AC compressor. Because the noise only happens when my AC is on and when the radiator fan turns on the noise amplifies.