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Re: 5kCSTQ A/C Compressor Noise
> I just replaced the A/C compressor with a used one, the old one was
> leaking. The replacement compressor is real noisy when engaged
> as you speed up the engine. By 4000 RPM, it's making a loud
> whirring noise - and the noise stops immediately when I push the
> 'econ' button on the dash.
> A new compressor lists for $440, but I'm leery of getting another used
> compressor. I'd hate to spend another $160 for compressor installation
> and $120 for recharge including freon just to find I've got problems with
> yet another used compressor.
> I'm inclined to run it the way it is for a few months if it'll last.
> Anybody got any thoughts or suggestions?
> Charlie Smith firstname.lastname@example.org 614-471-1418
> Columbus, Ohio USA
Try and find out where you can get the SAME compressor from an
AC repair speciaist. I was under the impression that Audi does not
make the compressor anyhow, and that it was a NIPPONDENSO unit.
The controller is GM, perhaps the GM compressor used in the large
GM ars, Caddy, Olds,.. might be a good replacement.
I will look up J.C. Whittney, ( sorry... )
and see if they have a replacement compressor, should'nt be more
than $200, I think.