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Old 03-11-2007, 01:07 PM
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A/c Compressor squeaky?

My ac compressor mayes a squeaking sound when it cold and sometime when it rains. When i start it up i spray some lube in the pully and it goes away. I really shoaked it this last time and by the time i got home i could hear it squeaking a little bit. so my question is do u think i need a new on or can i maybe take the belt off and pull the pully off nad use some grease. I don't use my ac i rather have the windows down on a warm/hot day but i kinda don't want to get rid of it.?
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To me it sounds like noise is from belt, not compressor. Spraying that stuff on it only makes things worse. The stuff draws dirt & small objects into the grooves of the belt & pulleys. My advise here, get new belt, clean all pulley grooves and see what happens. You are gonna need to do this anyway.

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It i9s not the belt, if i was stuipd engough to spary on the belt it would be sliping. It's the pully, the pully on the ac is like a bearing two peices and i spraied between the two.
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Does it squeek constantly? or only when the compressor is engaged/disengaged? Maybe just take the clutch apart and clean it.
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Does it squeek constantly? or only when the compressor is engaged/disengaged? Maybe just take the clutch apart and clean it.
It doesn't squeak contesliy. it's goes away after like 45mins or driving. but it squeaks weither or not it's engaged. I'm gonna take it apart tommorow and clean it and maybe polish it. thanks
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