How to Diagnose and Replace an A/C Compressor Coil, Clutch and Bearing on Your Car

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In this video I go over how you can test your a/c compressor stator or coil, clutch and bearing and also how you can go about removing and replacing each one yourself.
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  • @zackk695
    @zackk69510 ай бұрын

    Great video! I’m a mechanic and get annoyed with people that act to silly, play to much music or just ramble on about things that don’t apply to the video. This man cut out all the fat and got right to the point. Perfect video in my opinion

  • @adamspecht1208


    3 ай бұрын

    I’m an hvac tech and this video is very informative for automotive as the home hvac compressor usually being sealed hermetic,scroll, or rotary and cannot be serviced just replaced so two different worlds

  • @frankmontez6853


    2 ай бұрын

    @@adamspecht1208 When the clutch gets burned up does the system get contaminated ? I want to know the likelihood of needing to replace other parts like condenser , dessicant bag . drier ? I've got a 15 Ford Fusion 2.5 L . Clutch looks bad the clutch material is coming out the front

  • @pauldawsonjr5146
    @pauldawsonjr51462 жыл бұрын

    I’ve been researching videos today about to correct my AC on my own, and by far, this has been the best! I appreciate how you modeled via the compressor itself in terms of what was the compressor, the bearing, clutch, etc.

  • @user-br3by6om9r
    @user-br3by6om9r22 күн бұрын

    You are indeed a professional and this is the exact information i was looking for to assist me in checking my compressor

  • @MrConspark
    @MrConspark2 жыл бұрын

    Great information for DIYrs. Learnt a lot of this when repairing customers A/C systems. The Brown dust around the clutch is always a good indication of a failing bearing. I have also found the spacer will need to be thinner or take out a shim or two if they are fitted, this compensates for the wear on the pulley and hub faces in use. always ensure the airgap is back within spec as to greater gap can cause non-engagement or worse overheating of the magnet coil. Cheers from Aus

  • @thecuss6817


    Жыл бұрын

    A couple of years ago I removed a shim on my 260K 1998 Frontier to reduce the gap to fix it, didn't even need to take the AC belt off to do that !

  • @johannjohann6523
    @johannjohann6523 Жыл бұрын

    Concise. To the point. Easy to understand. One of the best DIY videos I've seen so far. Thanks!

  • @JoeLinux2000
    @JoeLinux20005 жыл бұрын

    Very well done clear explanation. One small point the bearing your refer to is the AC clutch bearing, not the AC compressor bearing, which would be inside the compressor. Additionally you should be able to check the clutch activation coil with an ohm meter to see if there is continuity. No continuity through the coil = a burned out coil. Since the compressor is near the 12 V battery in the car, you should be able to use a small clip wire to test the coil in the fashion you did. I hope you are correct about the polarity of the colored wires. It might be a good idea to use an ohm meter to check for continuity to ground before apply power, or you could also check for voltage in the wire with either a volt meter or pin poke tester that uses a light which is usually easier than a volt meter.

  • @forresthillis8000
    @forresthillis80007 жыл бұрын

    Best auto video I have ever seen. Great job covering the potential hazards of this process. Fast and effective communication. Outstanding and well done!

  • @OVI-Wan-Kenobi-8


    Жыл бұрын

    I cringe every time he tells you to use a hammer to pound out the bearing and to hammer it in to reinstall it as well. It's like this guy never heard of a bearing removal/install tool.

  • @davidiannelli5827
    @davidiannelli58275 жыл бұрын

    Excellent video! Straightforward, well-organized and the video quality is GREAT! Much appreciated for this and for your directing us to the more detailed videos on the right.

  • @MowSow
    @MowSow4 ай бұрын

    What an amazing video !!! Simple, complete and straight to the point !! I replaced the bearing once, as I had noise when tut clutch kicked in, as you said get the number and it was $10 Put the pulley in the press removed it, pressed a new one in

  • @nicolasclermont893
    @nicolasclermont8933 жыл бұрын

    Awesome video. Straight to the point, informative and no time wasted. Thank you.

  • @violetvioletviolet1
    @violetvioletviolet1 Жыл бұрын

    By far best DIY instructional video I have seen on car repairs! Great job man! Look forward to learning alot more from this guy! Ty

  • @therobb5738
    @therobb57383 жыл бұрын

    I've never pulled one apart like this. Ive replaced a few; two days ago on a 03 Trailblazer being most recent. Had issues with some kind of pressure release, sounding like a blow-off valve on a Subaru. Pulley and clutch were fine, spinning wise. Great video, thank you!

  • @swktg47
    @swktg472 жыл бұрын

    I've got a 2000 Jeep XJ and a cheap wife, so I watch A LOT of DIY repair videos on here, and I just gotta say that this is just flat-out one of the best I've ever seen. Good camera angles, good lighting, perfect explanations about how everything works individually and as a system, no useless mumbling banter or side-topics that aren't relevant . . . just pure relevance and good, clear information all the way through. I think you just got a subscriber. This is exactly how videos like this ought to be made. You rock!

  • @antoinetterandall4115


    Жыл бұрын

    and a cheap wife,🙃 I don't think your wife☺ is cheap, she is just conservative which in my book is number one. And she knows you've got the talent to fix whatever needs fixing,

  • @davismize


    5 ай бұрын

    No she's cheap. He knows her better than anyone. Mine could use a friend like that. It would be a worthy investment to send her across the pond for a few months what do you say? I'll have her jet fueled up just as quick as you confirm sir!

  • @lobo940
    @lobo9402 жыл бұрын

    I have watched countless repair videos and I have got to say, this might be the only clear and concise video, on any car repair I've ever seen, thanks

  • @philcotf
    @philcotf6 жыл бұрын

    What a great video! You're a good teacher and made understanding the fundamentals very easy. Thank you!

  • @ChrisChristenson88
    @ChrisChristenson883 жыл бұрын

    Awesome explanations! For someone who doesn't do a lot of auto work this makes this task clear.

  • @richardleveson6467
    @richardleveson64677 ай бұрын

    Very nice, clear video for people who can take it straight with no comedy act or annoying musical background! Thanks RnW.

  • @luisderivas6005
    @luisderivas6005 Жыл бұрын

    Don't strike the pulley for removal if you intend to reuse it (ie: only replacing the coil). You risk bending the pulley out of shape and it will not mate with the clutch well. The pulley is literally formed to the front face in 3 places less than 1/4" each wide...easier to bend than you might think. Also, replacing the bearing isn't normally as simple as pressing it in or out. You will usually have to dremel/grind the impact factory points that hold the bearing in place.

  • @HiemstraOpticalCo
    @HiemstraOpticalCo7 жыл бұрын

    Great video, you make it look so easy, which I'm sure it is for someone with more experience than myself. Well done!

  • @Speeddemon3
    @Speeddemon36 жыл бұрын

    Great tutorial! Very clear and informative, I'll be subscribing for sure!

  • @effepi1798
    @effepi1798 Жыл бұрын

    Be careful when you test the coil. Inside there is a snubber diode in parallel with coil itself. If the coil assy is already broken, no worries. but if not you may damage it by inverse polarity applied to the internal diode.

  • @daynemassey
    @daynemassey5 жыл бұрын

    This was one of the best DIY videos I've seen. The info and the quality is excellent! Keep it up!

  • @johnwoodhouse1035
    @johnwoodhouse1035 Жыл бұрын

    Outstanding video, very clear instructions with lots of helpful tips. You have given me confidence to carry out my own repair. Many thanks, God bless.

  • @mufuliramark
    @mufuliramark7 жыл бұрын

    I'm not a mechanic but this tutorial has given me the confidence to do it myself. Great Video. Thanks

  • @BruceWayne-sz3th


    Жыл бұрын

    Just about getting the gases out safely at a garage 1st not on your driveway or garage at home lol..

  • @Ze_Moose


    Жыл бұрын

    Does confidence replace knowledge? Maybe 🙃

  • @Ratlins9


    Жыл бұрын

    @@Ze_Moose Knowledge begets confidence.

  • @Ze_Moose


    Жыл бұрын

    @@Ratlins9 True but what begets confidence? 🤔

  • @SamsanPrasannaGuruge


    Жыл бұрын

    Me too

  • @JCO65
    @JCO656 жыл бұрын

    What a great, high quality video on this topic! Thank you. With all of the junk videos online, it's nice to have one with such great audio, visual, and lighting! Well done.

  • @RaiderVic530
    @RaiderVic5303 жыл бұрын

    Clear and to the point. Thank you, sir!

  • @jetmech421
    @jetmech4215 жыл бұрын

    I want to thank you for this video instruction. I needed to swap out a clutch coil on my 04 Dakota and this video really helped me out. I got a new coil on ebay for 50 bucks and it's in there and working great so far. Really well done video brother. I appreciate it. Thanks again

  • @petersack5074


    2 жыл бұрын

    ha i have a t-shirt , ' dont call me bro, if you dont know me ' NOT true, but a chuckle.....good day.

  • @carlorocky


    Жыл бұрын

    How long did the Ebay clutch coil last?

  • @jetmech421


    Жыл бұрын

    @@carlorocky It's still working fine...

  • @Mr357
    @Mr357 Жыл бұрын

    4:55 The easiest thing to do is just use the old bearing to press the new one in, rather than worrying about finding a socket of the correct size.

  • @sareapo
    @sareapo4 жыл бұрын

    wow! this is a very thorough and well made video with great editing!! Thanks for doing such an awesome job!!

  • @mariom8734
    @mariom87346 жыл бұрын

    Very very educational I feel like I know now how to diagnose and fix the AC situation. Great video!!

  • @vienbaf_
    @vienbaf_2 жыл бұрын

    Very good video! Only thing I would nitpick on is, you do not want to hit your ratchet wrench if you absolutely don't have to. They will deteriorate or break. Some ratchet wrench extensions can be turned with a regular wrench etc. Always seek alternatives.

  • @jeffadams4590


    Жыл бұрын

    Electrical tape on the end maybe?

  • @waynebinky


    6 ай бұрын

    Small power bar would suffice. They are made to take a beating.

  • @davidlacroix8079
    @davidlacroix80793 ай бұрын

    Very well said and put together. Thank you. Now I'm gonna rebuild mine instead of replace it.

  • @SwishRecordsInc
    @SwishRecordsInc Жыл бұрын

    Thanks man you saved me $1200 on a new compressor by just changing the coil 👍🏽 great video

  • @gweedomurray9923
    @gweedomurray99233 жыл бұрын

    Beautiful presentation, amigo. Your lighting, vid quality, attention to detail, clean sound made this very informative tutorial a joy to see. Also, clarity of speech and pace of your words is a job well done. Thank you ~ Gordon.

  • @RMalai
    @RMalai5 жыл бұрын

    I liked the video before even it ended. crystal clear and non-shaky videos with excellent explanation

  • @TomBrueggen
    @TomBrueggen7 жыл бұрын

    Thanks for the technical explanation. Understanding how something works really helps me understand what could be wrong. The AC in my truck was not very cold so I kept adding refrigerant. Now it's fully charged and still won't get cold. Thinking maybe clutch is slipping or something.

  • @baselkaskas2093


    3 жыл бұрын

    if the clutch is slipping do you replace the clutch?

  • @BoomerActual
    @BoomerActual Жыл бұрын

    You have a natural teaching ability. Very straight and clear and complete explanations.

  • @rickd650
    @rickd6508 ай бұрын

    Excellent video. Seeing the pulley with the clutch pulled off makes me think perhaps instead of having a trashed compressor, actually it's the pulley bearing itself. If I can get to it in the vehicle, heck of a lot less work- I was prepared to go to the U-pull it and grab a compressor, but now that may not be necessary. Thanks.

  • @Ray-hg3ie
    @Ray-hg3ie4 жыл бұрын

    Excellent video, basic information, right to the point. Very helpful …. Thank you for posting this !

  • @melvindixon2940
    @melvindixon29409 ай бұрын

    Thank you so much..absolutely no music or unnecessary intro..start to point...great job!!

  • @readplanet23
    @readplanet235 ай бұрын

    Thank You for the part-by-part disassemble and explanation of the A/C compressor clutch and pulley system. Keep us the good videos. Have A Great and Safe Day.! 🚙🚘🚗

  • @aleckstadt6857
    @aleckstadt68577 жыл бұрын

    Excellent video. I currently have no sound on my computer and I was still able to make sense of it. Just finished successful coil replacement. Thank you very much.

  • @ehh2681


    2 жыл бұрын

    You can turn on captions when you have no sound. Tap the little info icon and just turn on closed captions. Should look like “cc”

  • @happynowfarms
    @happynowfarms2 жыл бұрын

    Great video for anyone with basic mechanical knowledge. You got some good teaching skills.

  • @dustinzmkr
    @dustinzmkr5 жыл бұрын

    Great video! No long intro with music.. straight to the point and informative!! THANKS!!

  • @brianramirez5265
    @brianramirez52656 ай бұрын

    Great instructional video! Very well put together!

  • @charliemyres5450
    @charliemyres54505 ай бұрын

    Absolutely brilliant! Everything you need to know, which isn't in the workshop manual.

  • @CaptK-py8rq
    @CaptK-py8rq Жыл бұрын

    Very easy to understand tutorial, thank you! Now I'll dive into my AC bearing that locks up and burns belts when turned on.

  • @click-mobile
    @click-mobile7 жыл бұрын

    Excellent video - clearly explained and great camera work\lighting\audio!

  • @claylong
    @claylong7 ай бұрын

    Awesome video I just got my 609, at my work we always replace the whole compressor/clutch assembly so this video was very helpful for me to try to learn things the proper way.

  • @burntkorn
    @burntkorn9 ай бұрын

    Exactly what I was looking for! Answered my question perfectly…thanks !!!!

  • @crpth1
    @crpth13 жыл бұрын

    Tip: Instead of that behemoth battery. Keep a tiny 9V battery at hand, preferably with a piggy wire. It's perfect to test most 12V car "things". Including sensors, AC clutch, bulbs, and a big etc! Useless to say it's way more handy and maneuverable than a huge heavy battery. If one want to be really fancy, attach some insulated alligator clips to the wires. ;-) Cheers

  • @jweb51958
    @jweb519582 жыл бұрын

    Really good demonstration I can’t believe there’s thumbs down on this

  • @de375
    @de3754 жыл бұрын

    Thanks, this video was very informative. The A/C went out in a 1998 Toyota Tundra & I am trying to determine just what the problem is & your demonstration of how the compressor & clutch operate was very helpful esp since I am new at this;-)

  • @chadh2241
    @chadh22414 жыл бұрын

    Sir, thank you for doing these types of videos. These really help guys like me to learn and do work on my vehicles. Thanks and may God Bless you !

  • @billmurray1199
    @billmurray11992 жыл бұрын

    Gives a great look at how magnetic clutch components work. Helps me diagnose bearing problem and wether I can do the job without removing the compressor .

  • @mariomurphy7719
    @mariomurphy77193 жыл бұрын

    Excellent video.. Very easy to understand and straight to the point, thank you.

  • @SmokinZen
    @SmokinZen4 жыл бұрын

    I like that you did all of this outside of the car making it easy to see, instead of dark camera angles and poor lighting like other videos.

  • @tpitman
    @tpitman3 жыл бұрын

    Very good tutorial on the function and disassembly of the A/C clutch, bearing, pulley and stator. Thanks.

  • @victorponce7238
    @victorponce72385 ай бұрын

    Wow you sure took out all the mystery on replacing a clutch. Been wondering how to do it myself. I am a decent backyard mechanic. Now I know how. Thank u sir. Very good video. Make some more on the dodge caravan. Heh heh 😁😋👍

  • @pwa3094
    @pwa30947 жыл бұрын

    Thanks for the video. I just changed the bearing on my 2002 Suburban and your video was spot on. A tip if like to forward. On the Suburban the compressor is surrounded by the idler arm, frame and radiator hose which made getting it apart a challenge. When I removed the bolt in the middle of the compressor driver I used an old metal oil filter wrench to hold the compressor driver in place while I turned the bolt. Worked perfectly in the confined space. Thanks again.

  • @jackrpool
    @jackrpool7 жыл бұрын

    Great Video! Thank you for posting this, you did an excellent job explaining all the components.

  • @suadcokljat1045
    @suadcokljat10454 жыл бұрын

    Very informative video. One thing - what is most common reason for malfunction of AC compressor clutch? I mean, what part fails and compressor stop engaging and working? Is it burnt coil? Or worn clutch so it does not have enough contact (it slips)? Or is it bearing? Cheers!

  • @Ratlins9
    @Ratlins9 Жыл бұрын

    I just came across this video, the narration, camerawork, step by step instructions made me a subscriber. Superb job and thanks, I can now replace the bearing on my ac pulley.

  • @ej1602
    @ej16023 жыл бұрын

    Felt at ease the way he hammered it and liked the tear down . Was worried about replacing compressor while problem with bearing. Now car has no annoying noise no more. Thank you!!!!

  • @johnstevens2127
    @johnstevens2127 Жыл бұрын

    Excellent! Clear & Concise great presentation Thank you

  • @jeff3741
    @jeff37417 жыл бұрын

    If you don't have the right size socket, you can seat the new bearing by hammering on the old bearing. Thanks for the video. Good stuff.

  • @Jursaw


    7 жыл бұрын

    Learn something new everyday

  • @VinceYoungIsTheBest


    6 жыл бұрын

    Great tip! Thanks.

  • @craigerickson1910


    6 жыл бұрын

    That's true, also sometimes you can find a short piece of pipe, or a pipe coupling that's the right size to press new bearing in.

  • @ramsundersahni2584


    6 жыл бұрын


  • @sergiosanchez3666


    5 жыл бұрын

    Como descarbonizar Catalixtico. De una tierra 2003 camioneta

  • @trevorpeauk3931
    @trevorpeauk39312 жыл бұрын

    Would be good to have the correct torque referred on bolts. Thanks for very helpful and instructive videos.

  • @throughthegrace7893
    @throughthegrace78937 ай бұрын

    Wow really great job explaining the whole process here. Thank you.

  • @bryanshutt8227
    @bryanshutt8227 Жыл бұрын

    Thank you so much I’m going to rebuild mine and your video is the best one I have found on KZread. I also liked and subscribed. Thank you for the great video man!!!

  • @richardcranium8633
    @richardcranium8633 Жыл бұрын

    One of the best Videos I've ever seen . Great explaining and strait to the point

  • @carloslucas7871
    @carloslucas7871 Жыл бұрын

    Great tutorial! Just had grinding sound to my AC Compressor this afternoon while travelling. I looked like a bad clutch .There is a loose part at the front part of the clutch (i dont know what) .When I tried to spin it made a rattling sound. I have not dismantled it until i found your post .

  • @mikemike7397
    @mikemike73975 жыл бұрын

    I've always just replaced my compressors with used ones. but now i might just dabble with them as long as parts are cheap and available. thanks man great tutorial. oh and i love the clear coat one as well.

  • @tonyfox1434


    4 жыл бұрын

    The idea is to not have to lose the gas!

  • @user-df4eq3bu9d


    4 жыл бұрын

    مرحبا عندي كمبرسر تشتغل بس عله كيف مايعرف صوره صحيحه

  • @garylanza2030


    3 жыл бұрын

    If you go with used compressors you are just asking for trouble

  • @twocanines8150
    @twocanines81503 жыл бұрын

    Use the old bearing to put the new one in. It's the proper size to push on the outer edge of the new bearing.

  • @eminusipi
    @eminusipi6 жыл бұрын

    I didn't see any negative comments and I wonder where thumbs down came from! It's very rare to see such a detailed video on KZread. I would never attempt this myself for lack of tools and my mechanical ineptitude, but I enjoyed learning from your video.

  • @galaxy_110
    @galaxy_110 Жыл бұрын

    Way how you explain things clearly and concisely !! ,👍

  • @benderaviation
    @benderaviation5 жыл бұрын

    Thanks! I had an intermittently working a/c and I fixed it by removing one of the shims and closing the clutch gap. Your video helped a ton.

  • @two8252


    Жыл бұрын

    Thanks for the idea. My A/C works intermittently as well. As a first step I'll try closing that gap by removing a washer. Hope that fixes it.

  • @mikekielion4313
    @mikekielion43137 жыл бұрын

    Great practical video ... This individual makes it easy to understand .. They are the best produced videos I have seen on you tube

  • @delprice3007
    @delprice30073 жыл бұрын

    Thank you for explaining the repair process. Great video!

  • @malcolmyoung7866
    @malcolmyoung78662 жыл бұрын

    5 years ago now...Great video and this is a job I have to do on my sisters Chevy Trax..luckily the compressor is surprisingly accessible..cheers mate..

  • @markmortensen4341
    @markmortensen43412 жыл бұрын

    You explained this very simply. Great job and this should fix my 2001 Dodge pickup👍👍

  • @stacy7964
    @stacy79643 жыл бұрын

    This is an absolutely outstanding video I've been looking for a video that makes sense to me regarding my 05 Honda Accord. the mechanic put in the compressor with the wires exposed one of them was actually laying on the belt of the clutch. I closed the wires with duct tape. Now I just need to know which wire's go where I do have a picture of them so if you can contact me I'd be happy to share and I'd appreciate any help I can get!! I will definitely use you every time I have a question regarding a mechanical device on my car. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

  • @youg2010
    @youg20102 жыл бұрын

    Even though this video is from 5 years ago but It helped me so much now. Thanks for the great explanation of how the compressor works and posting this video.

  • @frontierbrainrobby5449
    @frontierbrainrobby54494 жыл бұрын

    Had this diagnosed at the shop but wanted to do some research on it. Thanks for the video!

  • @yolandasirri2012
    @yolandasirri20125 жыл бұрын

    Thanks so much u broke that down very simply and you were very helpful in my mission to fix my a/c clutch on my own . take care

  • @greym6436
    @greym64362 жыл бұрын

    Awesome tutorial my friend. Cool breakdown. I'm needing to do this for my 93' Buick Roadmaster 5.7l. It actually has three clutch-packs built within.

  • @Wakeupandsniffthecoffee
    @Wakeupandsniffthecoffee Жыл бұрын

    This was a great video and really explained the way the compressor clutch works. My PT Cruiser gets really cold when it works, but then the clutch stops grabbing, despite it being turned on. Both my low and high pressure switches are working and I have bypassed them too. The compressor starts turning, but then seems to lock up and scream, like the clutch is slipping or the compressor is locked up and the serpentine belt is slipping and making the noise. It only happens shortly after starting, for about 30 seconds, but the clutch is disengaged and not turning the compressor. I will probably change the compressor, but now I also have the option of trying to repair the compressor. I'll see what to do after I get down inside. Thanks for the explanation.

  • @jimekrut
    @jimekrut4 жыл бұрын

    very clear, step-by-step, helpful!

  • @gopalbhat7497
    @gopalbhat74975 жыл бұрын

    Very clear instructions. Good job. You should teach in some tech schools.

  • @benjaminknight1004
    @benjaminknight10044 жыл бұрын

    This guy and Chris Fix are the OG's of car repair videos

  • @gasparandres1990


    2 жыл бұрын

    Scotty kilmer too

  • @chilodin
    @chilodin6 жыл бұрын

    Very helpful video and to the point. Great find.

  • @nigelhosein7822
    @nigelhosein7822 Жыл бұрын

    Hey great video you explain everything in detail learnt a lot thanks keep up the good work

  • @tommy-ij9nd
    @tommy-ij9nd3 жыл бұрын

    Very helpful and informative! Thanks!

  • @dantheman9590
    @dantheman95902 жыл бұрын

    excellent video. you did an excellent job explaining the basics and good clean video always is a plus.

  • @WI9LL
    @WI9LL4 жыл бұрын

    Thanks, I had a decent idea of how this setup worked, but your teardown let me see how it all fits together. Thanks

  • @Engineerboy100
    @Engineerboy1004 жыл бұрын

    Perfect, once again just what I needed to see to change my bearing in my 1999 Mercedes SLK230, Thank YOU!!!

  • @teslapak
    @teslapak5 жыл бұрын

    Gracias por la lección muy clara y concisa.,

  • @elgatogordo9523
    @elgatogordo95235 жыл бұрын

    Thanks for a great and informative video. Will be replacing the coil on our 2004 Accord this weekend.

  • @purrungas2012
    @purrungas20126 жыл бұрын

    Very nice video, thanks, was hoping to get some info about the O rings but you just taught me more than what I expected, thank you