The Best Warranty in the Autoparts Industry
of our parts come with a full, unlimited miles, 1 Year Warranty! We stand behind our parts 100%.
This is why we can confidently offer the best warranty in the business. In
the case of a defective part, what this means to you is:
will NEVER pay for shipping.
-You will NEVER deal with a 3rd party, only us.
-We will send out the correct part, same day.
-You don't have to send out your defective part first and wait.
Industry standards require you to ship the defective part first
(you pay for shipping), wait for it to be examined/repaired (waiting period
lasting days or weeks) and eventually get the refurbished part back (you pay for
shipping, again). Our warranty is different. Firstly, it covers the
cost of the replacement part. Moreover, we cover the shipping of the
replacement part and the shipping of the defective part back to us.
Finally, we ship out the replacement part on the same day, eliminating any
We do charge a deposit to ensure we get our part(s) back.
This ensures your vehicle isn't inactive, unrepaired, and out of commission.
Once we receive our part(s), the deposit will be refunded to you promptly.
This luxury feature is unmatched by anyone else in the industry. We dare
you to compare our warranty. Please
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If you believe you have a defective or incorrect part, please
click here to file a
claim. It is our policy to replace ALL defective or incorrect parts.
If the part fails after installation, we will arrange for a replacement part
promptly, as long as the part is still under warranty. However, simply
returning uninstalled parts will be treated as a standard refund and subject to
a shipping fee as well as a 15% ($10 minimum) restocking fee. No
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Please be sure to
include contact numbers and email addresses because our technicians will contact you
to troubleshoot or arrange a replacement.
AC COMPRESSOR WARRANTY AGREEMENT –
follow these 12 steps when installing the compressor will
void your warranty.
MUST clean A/C system with an
approved flush, using an approved flushing method (R141b and
Dura Flush are approved). If an approved flush is not
available, an in line filter MUST be installed per the
instructions included with the compressor.
MUST replace filter drier
or accumulator. No exceptions, if you do not buy
from us, keep you receipt.
MUST replace orifice tube or
liquid line that contains orifice tube (if applicable).
expansion valve & clean inlet screen (if applicable).
Check for proper air flow
through cooling fins of condenser & radiator (condenser may
need to be replaced, see additional information in the
instructions included with the compressor).
Check for proper fan clutch or
electric fan operation.
Check compressor clutch air
gap before installation (refer to OEM or compressor
Must add correct type & amount
of refrigerant oil (refer to OEM or compressor
After hose assemblies are
attached, turn compressor shaft (not just the clutch pulley)
a minimum of 10 times to clear oil from compressor (a
spanner wrench may be required).
Check compressor clutch
electrical circuit for proper voltage (use either OEM or
compressor manufacturer’s specifications).
Use only R12 or R134a
Evacuate entire A/C system for
a minimum of 45 minutes if the temperature is above 80
degrees (60 minutes for dual air system or if temperature in
below 80 degrees).
late 90s -2006 Honda CR-V models: The condenser containing the drier must be
changed to satisfy the proper installation requirements.
REMANUFACTURED COMPRESSORS DO NOT CONTAIN OIL. SOME NEW
UNITS DO CONTAIN OIL. You MUST add oil per OEM or
compressor manufacturer’s recommendations.
WARRANTY IS VOID UNLESS THESE
DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED
PROPER INSTALLATION IS A MUST
- PLEASE FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS
A compressor is a motor, like
any motor the oil reservoir must be clean and contain oil.
The system (condenser, lines, etc...,) is the oil
reservoir. It all must be clean. You must flush the lines
and condenser with a liquid flush. We only recommend using
a liquid flush, followed by compressed air. Use of varsol
to clean the condenser and all hoses is acceptable. It
should be followed with a "no residue" solvent such as
Chlorothane or Trichlorothane. MasterChem A/C Flush is
recommended, followed by compressed air.
Remove refrigerant, following
all federal guidelines and regulations and remove the old
compressor. Disconnect the high pressure line (the small
line) at the evaporator (for now leave the orifice tube
/expansion valve in place).
high pressure lines and condenser will most likely be
dirty. Flush the lines and the condenser with the
recommended liquid flush followed with compressed air.
It's easy. Pour cleaner, about 1 quart, in the high
pressure line where it attached to the compressor. Let it
flow down into the condenser and then blow it out with
plenty of air. Once fluid and trash quit coming out, repeat
with more cleaner and air. Do this until you get clean
fluid to exit the lines.
In most cases the
orifice screen or drier filter will have kept the evaporator
free from debris. If the evaporator is dirty it must be
cleaned. Use only a "no residue" solvent in the evaporator
as these solvents tend to evaporate quickly. Extra care is
necessary to blow all the solvent from the evaporator as
often the tubes are not at the lowest point of the core. If
the evaporator is flushed you should allow additional time
with the vacuum pump on the system in order to "boil out"
all the solvent. No solvent can be left in the system.
Always, WITH NO EXCEPTION,
install a new accumulator or drier filter, and orifice tube
(certain vehicles require a new "liquid line" which contains
the orifice tube). It is acceptable to use the old
expansion valve, on vehicles so equipped, if it is clean and
in working order. At this point, with everything clean,
install the compressor.
Vacuum and service the system
(Vacuum the system a minimum of 30 minutes. One (1) hour is
the Evaporator was flushed).
** Our compressors are shipped with
NO OIL. New compressors may be shipped with or
without oil, so check tagging and labeling on the box. Add
the appropriate oil charge to the system based on
manufacturers' specifications prior to the refrigerant
charge. (Most front air only systems use 8 total ounces of
refrigerant oil. Most rear air systems (i.e.. Minivans,
etc) use 12 total ounces of refrigerant oil.
PLEASE CHECK MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS.
We recommend PAG
oil of the appropriate viscosity which will be compatible
with R12 or R134a refrigerants. Note: We make every
effort to supply all compressors with the appropriate
electrical connections. However, it is possible that the
connector on our compressor could be different that your
application. If this is the case, you may cut the wire in
order to use your connection WITHOUT affecting your
If switches and/or a line manifold are
necessary, use these from the old unit. IMPORTANT NOTE:
All compressors are bench tested at standard RPM's, However,
all compressors MAY NOT ALWAYS turn by hand!
DO NOT USE ANY REFRIGERANTS
OTHER THAN PURE R12 FOR R12 SYSTEMS AND PURE R134 FOR R134
SYSTEMS. BLENDS SUCH AS HOT SHOT, FREEZE 12, FREE ZONE ETC
OR ANY OTHER R22/R122 ETC BLEND WILL VOID WARRANTY. NO
following information must be returned with the warranty
request on all A/C compressors.
A copy of the original repair
A copy of the invoice the unit
was purchased on.
A copy of the parts supplier
invoice for the receiver drier, expansion valve, orifice
tube (if equipped), A/C system flush, A/C hose assemblies
(if applicable) and any other components replaced when the
compressor was installed.
A copy of the second
(replacement) work order