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Delphi
2005 Buick Century A/C Compressor Delphi

P311-206C1C0    CS0051  New

1520514 , 1520334 , 1521665 , 271553 , 3620334 , 1520458 , 1521664 , 57992 , 3620458 , 2634N , 89018903 , 471-9134 , 4719146 , 7511404 , ACP010126 , 1135440 , 620334 , 1AMAC00018 , 2642N , 1520541 , 89018902 , 251129 , 15-20334 , 4719134 , 1135432 , 274214 , 58992 , 1135145 , 1135269

Qty:
$189.65
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 134.5
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 5/64 " (205.1 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Bolt-tangent
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2005 - Buick Century
Delphi
1996 Buick Century A/C Compressor 6 Cyl 3.1L Delphi

P311-3DAB3BB    CS0057  New

1520340 , 58993 , 620119 , 4719139 , 3620340 , 15-20119 , 7511333 , 1520119 , 57993 , 2501N , 274061 , 4719127 , 274060 , 89018856 , 1135420 , ACP010127 , 471-9127 , 1521726 , 57984 , 010365 , 620340 , 89018894 , 1AMAC00054 , 7511388 , 89018797 , 1135396 , 3620119

Qty:
$189.65
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 134.5
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 5/64 " (205.1 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Buick Century V 6 Cyl 3.1L 189 -
Delphi
1993 Buick Park Avenue A/C Compressor 6 Cyl 3.8L Delphi

P311-56297D3    CS0129  New

1136428 , 3620210 , 89018942 , 471-9174 , 57968 , 58967 , 1136552 , 57967 , 620210 , 58867 , 1522130 , 4719174 , 2533N , ACP011016 , 7511360 , 57256 , 15-20210 , 271185 , 1520210 , 89019231

Qty:
$235.52
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 149.6
    • Coil Clock Position: 10 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: H6
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 55/64 " (225.0 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1993 - Buick Park Avenue V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Delphi
1999 Buick Riviera A/C Compressor Delphi

P311-026B682    CS0062  New

1AMAC00046 , 620195 , 471-9144 , 2685N , 1521697 , ACP010128 , 1520195 , 57994 , 2695N , 89018865 , 7511355 , 15-20195 , 271551 , 1135423 , 4719144 , 58994 , 3620195

Qty:
$189.65
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 135.1
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 5/64 " (205.1 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Buick Riviera
Delphi
1990 Buick LeSabre A/C Compressor 6 Cyl 3.8L Delphi

P311-56297D3    CS0129  New

1136428 , 3620210 , 89018942 , 471-9174 , 57968 , 58967 , 1136552 , 57967 , 620210 , 58867 , 1522130 , 4719174 , 2533N , ACP011016 , 7511360 , 57256 , 15-20210 , 271185 , 1520210 , 89019231

Qty:
$235.52
  • A/C Compressor
  • New Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 149.6
    • Coil Clock Position: 10 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: H6
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 55/64 " (225.0 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1990 - Buick LeSabre V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Delphi
1993 Buick LeSabre A/C Compressor 6 Cyl 3.8L Delphi

P311-56297D3    CS0129  New

1136428 , 3620210 , 89018942 , 471-9174 , 57968 , 58967 , 1136552 , 57967 , 620210 , 58867 , 1522130 , 4719174 , 2533N , ACP011016 , 7511360 , 57256 , 15-20210 , 271185 , 1520210 , 89019231

Qty:
$235.52
  • A/C Compressor
  • Standard Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 149.6
    • Coil Clock Position: 10 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: H6
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 55/64 " (225.0 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1993 - Buick LeSabre V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Delphi
2005 Buick LeSabre A/C Compressor Delphi

P311-4C404E0    CS20009  New

4719185 , 471-9185 , 1AMAC00030 , 7511399 , 25722324 , 1135435 , 1135411 , 57994 , 3620453 , ACP010582 , 89018898 , 1520453 , 271596 , 2694N , 620453 , 58994 , 15-20453

Qty:
$189.65
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 137.5
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 5/64 " (205.1 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Bolt-tangent
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
2005 - Buick LeSabre Custom
Delphi
2004 Buick Regal A/C Compressor Delphi

P311-53761F2    CS0061  New

1135433 , 1AMAC00042 , 1521662 , 1520452 , 57987 , 58987 , 1890N , 471-9143 , 3620452 , 89018897 , 000660 , 620452 , 2643N , 4719143 , 1135410 , 1520450 , 1135238 , 15-20452 , 271550 , 7511398 , ACP010042 , 10306017

Qty:
$189.65
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 132.5
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 5/64 " (205.1 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Buick Regal
Delphi
1995 Buick Riviera A/C Compressor 6 Cyl 3.8L Delphi

P311-13056C7    CS0089  New

000005 , 620051 , 1136408 , ACP010257 , 471-9152 , 000328 , 2659N , 1522139 , 15-20036 , 1520036 , 57958 , 19169371 , 271216 , 3620051 , 89019208 , 4719152 , 2503N , 58958 , 1136514 , 000329 , 7511307 , 271590 , 1520051

Qty:
$212.04
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 149.6
    • Coil Clock Position: 10 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: H6
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 55/64 " (225.0 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Buick Riviera Supercharged V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Delphi
1995 Buick Regal A/C Compressor 6 Cyl 3.1L Delphi

P311-3DAB3BB    CS0057  New

1520340 , 58993 , 620119 , 4719139 , 3620340 , 15-20119 , 7511333 , 1520119 , 57993 , 2501N , 274061 , 4719127 , 274060 , 89018856 , 1135420 , ACP010127 , 471-9127 , 1521726 , 57984 , 010365 , 620340 , 89018894 , 1AMAC00054 , 7511388 , 89018797 , 1135396 , 3620119

Qty:
$189.65
  • A/C Compressor
  • 4 O'Clock Mounting Ear Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 134.5
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 5/64 " (205.1 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Buick Regal V 6 Cyl 3.1L 189 -
Delphi
1996 Buick Commercial Chassis A/C Compressor 8 Cyl 5.7L Delphi

P311-42F8E15    CS0123  New

471-9169 , 58955 , 3620178 , 010333 , 15-20178 , 1AMAC00079 , 57955 , 000010 , ACP010056 , 620178 , 271592 , 251219 , 1136535 , 19169357 , 7511344 , 1522135 , 4719169 , 1520178 , 2504N

Qty:
$242.49
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 138.5
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: H6
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 55/64 " (225.0 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Buick Commercial Chassis V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Delphi
1997 Buick Skylark A/C Compressor 4 Cyl 2.4L Delphi

P311-251BD74    CS0055  New

271545 , 1520457 , 1AMAC00094 , 89018822 , 2635N , 471-9001 , 7511401 , 89018887 , 3620457 , 620338 , ACP010125 , 1520455 , 3620338 , 1521719 , 1521565 , 1135437 , 67289 , 1135398 , 57991 , 58991 , 2647N , 22667125 , 1135439 , 4719001 , 15-20338 , 1520338

Qty:
$189.65
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 137.5
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 3/32 " (205.5 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Buick Skylark L 4 Cyl 2.4L 146 2392
Delphi
1995 Buick Skylark A/C Compressor 4 Cyl 2.3L Delphi

P311-218DAEB    CS0053  New

58986 , 620456 , 2671N , 58981 , 4719136 , 010361 , 1520336 , 3620456 , 1521722 , 251239 , 15-20336 , 57981 , 471-9136 , 7511402 , 89018890 , 1520456 , 1AMAC00052 , ACP010041 , 274059 , 1135154 , 1135438

Qty:
$189.65
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 137.5
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 5/64 " (205.1 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Buick Skylark L 4 Cyl 2.3L 138 -
Delphi
1997 Buick Skylark A/C Compressor 6 Cyl 3.1L Delphi

P311-26889BD    CS0052  New

1135089 , 1521718 , 7511386 , ACP010124 , 1AMAC00093 , 57980 , 274064 , 620335 , 1135418 , 4719135 , 58980 , 3620335 , 89018886 , 15-20335 , 471-9135 , 2491N , 89018820 , 1520335

Qty:
$195.82
  • A/C Compressor
  • Delphi is an OEM supplier
  • Product Attributes:
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 134.5
    • Coil Clock Position: 2 O'clock
    • Compatible Refrigerant Oil Type: Pag
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Length: 8 5/64 " (205.1 Mm)
    • Mounting Type: Bolt-tangent
    • Notes: Use Proper Type And Amount Of Refrigerant Oil.
    • OE Type/Exact Fit: Oe Type/ Exact Fit
    • Refrigerant Type: R134a
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • 100 years of OE experience, supplier to the world's top automakers, OE Heritage and knowledge built into every aftermarket part.
Brand: Delphi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Buick Skylark V 6 Cyl 3.1L 189 -
Four Seasons
1973 Buick Centurion A/C Compressor Four Seasons - Reman Compressor

P311-0F92708    57089  Remanufactured

152143 , V1579 , CO152143R , 7157089 , ACD152459 , 1569N , 5250 , 11021 , 000064 , 1568N , 03207 , 57089 , 152459 , 204146 , 751126 , 1579W1 , CO152143RB , CO152224RB , 33222 , 751101 , 701606R , V1568 , CO152224RD , 301809 , 1579NEW , 31101A , 031820 , ACD1521680 , 5511247 , 5150 , CO152143RD , 142146C , 1579 , 031810 , 61083R , 1521680 , 1568 , 2106 , 11011 , CO152143RE , 718594 , 1579N , 1520512 , 301810 , 2010819R , 56682 , 03215 , 031821

Qty:
$50.00 $263.34
Four Seasons A/C Compressor
  • Reman GM A6 Compressor with Clutch
  • with A6 Compressor Reman with Clutch Standard Threads
  • Reman Compressor
  • Product Attributes:
    • : Remanufactured
    • Belt Width IN: 0.4375
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 5.000
    • Compressor Type: A6
    • Connector Type: Spade
    • Ctch Dia. MM Prmy: 127.000
    • Description: Compressors - Reman
    • Mount Distance IN: 2.000
    • Mounting Type: Direct Mount
    • O-Ring A Number/Desc: [24619] / Green Oval O-ring
    • Oil Type: Pag 150
    • Refrigerant Type: R-134a
    • Style: Piston
    • Suc Prt Typ Note: W/ O-ring
    • Suction Port Type: Block Mount
    • Switch / Sensor Desc: Superheat
  • Remanufactured compressors are 100 percent tested to ensure compressor function and noise level meets or exceeds OE specifications; Remanufactured compressors come pre-charged with 3 ounces of PAG oil for R134a or R1234yf applications; Remanufactured compressors are individually vacuum and pressure tested to ensure no leaks; Remanufactured compressors come with the R12/R134A/1234yf required O-rings /sealing washers to install the compressor; Remanufactured Compressors are built in a ISO9001:2015 Certified facility to ensure consistent quality standards in the Re-manufacturing process
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1973 - Buick Centurion
Four Seasons
1996 Buick Commercial Chassis A/C Compressor 8 Cyl 5.7L Four Seasons - New Compressor

P311-01E28F5    58948  New

03652ND , 58948 , 2447N , 031847 , CS0002 , 1420189NC , 2010492AM , 2042018 , 1420189NEW , 1520189F , ACD1520189 , 58168 , 1420151NC , 62463N , 031846 , 2421N , CO11168MC , 58163 , 62452N , 58166 , 320189 , 010339 , 2459N , 010342 , 58942 , 707025 , 12189 , 03651ND , 1520189Z , 031551 , 58935 , 1520819 , CO11168MCKTC , 2443N , 03652N , 7511351 , 701673 , AC1649NEW , 53227M , 2010492CWI , 20420189 , 1520007 , CO11168MCKTAC , 707029 , 2457N , 6511351 , 03651N , 20420185 , 1520189

Qty:
$190.56
Four Seasons A/C Compressor
  • New GM R4 Lightweight Compressor with Clutch
  • with R4 Compressor New with Clutch
  • New Compressor
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 4.250
    • Coil Number: [48260] / Clutch Assembly
    • Compressor Type: R4 Lightweight
    • Connector Type: 8mm Pin Connector
    • Ctch Dia. MM Prmy: 107.950
    • Description: Compressors - New
    • Harness Connector: [37215] / Harness Connector
    • Mount Distance IN: 0.859375
    • Mounting Type: Case Mount
    • O-Ring A Number/Desc: [24355] / Sealing Washer
    • O-Ring B Number/Desc: [24354] / Sealing Washer
    • Oil Type: Pag 150
    • Refrigerant Type: R-134a
    • Style: Piston
    • Suc Prt Typ Note: W/ 5/8" X 3/4" Ports
    • Suction Port Type: Sealing Washer
    • Switch / Sensor Desc: High Pressure
  • Manufactured Compressors meet or exceed OE specifications; Manufactured Compressors are validated for the equivalent of 100,000 miles; Manufactured Compressors come pre-charged with 3 ounces of PAG oil for R134a or R1234yf applications; Manufactured Compressors are individually vacuum,pressure, and Helium Mass Spectrometer tested to ensure no leaks; Manufactured Compressors come with the R12/R134A/1234yf required O-rings /sealing washers to install the compressor; Manufactured New Compressors come with direct fit connectors for ease of installation and to help eliminate splicing.; Manufactured Compressors are built in a ISO9001:2015 Certified facility to ensure consistent quality standards in the manufacturing process.
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Buick Commercial Chassis Cab & Chassis V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Four Seasons
2005 Buick Century A/C Compressor 6 Cyl 3.1L Four Seasons - New Compressor

P311-22B5FAA    58992  New

CS0075 , 62242 , 1420205NEW , AC1699NEW , CS0063 , 2010842H , 1521664A , CS0051 , 6511404 , 705788 , AC2021NEW , 2010464 , 1420541NEW , 58263 , 58992 , 1520541 , 4719146 , 03619ND , 1521665 , 1521664 , 2010842 , 1520142 , 1520334 , 4719145 , 62251 , 62514N , 320541 , 034915ND , 2634N , 010467 , 1521665A , 1521720A , 2010842AM , 10000437 , 7511404 , CO20458ZI , 2642N , 204747 , 03619N , 4719134 , CO20458C , CO20458G , 1521720 , 62250

Qty:
$179.01
Four Seasons A/C Compressor
  • New GM V5 Compressor with Clutch
  • with V5 Compressor New with Clutch
  • New Compressor
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 4.250
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Type: 8mm Pin Connector
    • Ctch Dia. MM Prmy: 107.950
    • Description: Compressors - New
    • Discharge Port Type: Sealing Washer
    • Mount Distance IN: 1.59375
    • Mount Distance MM: 40.640
    • O-Ring A Number/Desc: [24354] / Sealing Washer
    • Oil Type: Pag 150
    • Refrigerant Type: R-134a
    • Service Port Type: Npt
    • Style: Wobble Plate
    • Suction Port Type: Sealing Washer
  • Manufactured Compressors meet or exceed OE specifications; Manufactured Compressors are validated for the equivalent of 100,000 miles; Manufactured Compressors come pre-charged with 3 ounces of PAG oil for R134a or R1234yf applications; Manufactured Compressors are individually vacuum,pressure, and Helium Mass Spectrometer tested to ensure no leaks; Manufactured Compressors come with the R12/R134A/1234yf required O-rings /sealing washers to install the compressor; Manufactured New Compressors come with direct fit connectors for ease of installation and to help eliminate splicing.; Manufactured Compressors are built in a ISO9001:2015 Certified facility to ensure consistent quality standards in the manufacturing process.
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Buick Century Sedan V 6 Cyl 3.1L 189 -
Four Seasons
2005 Buick LeSabre A/C Compressor 6 Cyl 3.8L Four Seasons - New Compressor

P311-1564121    58994  New

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Qty:
$168.06
Four Seasons A/C Compressor
  • New GM V5 Compressor with Clutch
  • with V5 Compressor New with Clutch
  • New Compressor
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 5.125
    • Compressor Type: V5
    • Connector Type: 8mm Pin Connector
    • Ctch Dia. MM Prmy: 130.048
    • Description: Compressors - New
    • Discharge Port Inside Diameter: 0.750
    • Discharge Port Type: Sealing Washer
    • Dischrg Port Size MM: 19.050
    • Mount Distance IN: 1.500
    • Mount Distance MM: 38.100
    • Mounting Type: Ear Mount
    • O-Ring A Number/Desc: [24355] / Sealing Washer
    • O-Ring B Number/Desc: [24354] / Sealing Washer
    • Oil Type: Pag 150
    • Refrigerant Type: R-134a
    • Style: Wobble Plate
    • Suction Port Inside Diameter: 0.625
    • Suction Port Size MM: 15.875
    • Suction Port Type: Sealing Washer
  • Manufactured Compressors meet or exceed OE specifications; Manufactured Compressors are validated for the equivalent of 100,000 miles; Manufactured Compressors come pre-charged with 3 ounces of PAG oil for R134a or R1234yf applications; Manufactured Compressors are individually vacuum,pressure, and Helium Mass Spectrometer tested to ensure no leaks; Manufactured Compressors come with the R12/R134A/1234yf required O-rings /sealing washers to install the compressor; Manufactured New Compressors come with direct fit connectors for ease of installation and to help eliminate splicing.; Manufactured Compressors are built in a ISO9001:2015 Certified facility to ensure consistent quality standards in the manufacturing process.
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Buick LeSabre Sedan V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Four Seasons
1992 Buick Commercial Chassis A/C Compressor 8 Cyl 5.7L Four Seasons - New Compressor

P311-01E28F5    58948  New

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Qty:
$190.56
Four Seasons A/C Compressor
  • New GM R4 Lightweight Compressor with Clutch
  • with LTR4 Compressor New with Clutch
  • New Compressor
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 4.250
    • Coil Number: [48260] / Clutch Assembly
    • Compressor Type: R4 Lightweight
    • Connector Type: 8mm Pin Connector
    • Ctch Dia. MM Prmy: 107.950
    • Description: Compressors - New
    • Harness Connector: [37215] / Harness Connector
    • Mount Distance IN: 0.859375
    • Mounting Type: Case Mount
    • O-Ring A Number/Desc: [24355] / Sealing Washer
    • O-Ring B Number/Desc: [24354] / Sealing Washer
    • Oil Type: Pag 150
    • Refrigerant Type: R-134a
    • Style: Piston
    • Suc Prt Typ Note: W/ 5/8" X 3/4" Ports
    • Suction Port Type: Sealing Washer
    • Switch / Sensor Desc: High Pressure
  • Manufactured Compressors meet or exceed OE specifications; Manufactured Compressors are validated for the equivalent of 100,000 miles; Manufactured Compressors come pre-charged with 3 ounces of PAG oil for R134a or R1234yf applications; Manufactured Compressors are individually vacuum,pressure, and Helium Mass Spectrometer tested to ensure no leaks; Manufactured Compressors come with the R12/R134A/1234yf required O-rings /sealing washers to install the compressor; Manufactured New Compressors come with direct fit connectors for ease of installation and to help eliminate splicing.; Manufactured Compressors are built in a ISO9001:2015 Certified facility to ensure consistent quality standards in the manufacturing process.
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Block Engine CID CC
1992 - Buick Commercial Chassis Cab & Chassis V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Four Seasons
1991 Buick Commercial Chassis A/C Compressor 8 Cyl 5.0L Four Seasons - New Compressor

P311-01E28F5    58948  New

03652ND , 58948 , 2447N , 031847 , CS0002 , 1420189NC , 2010492AM , 2042018 , 1420189NEW , 1520189F , ACD1520189 , 58168 , 1420151NC , 62463N , 031846 , 2421N , CO11168MC , 58163 , 62452N , 58166 , 320189 , 010339 , 2459N , 010342 , 58942 , 707025 , 12189 , 03651ND , 1520189Z , 031551 , 58935 , 1520819 , CO11168MCKTC , 2443N , 03652N , 7511351 , 701673 , AC1649NEW , 53227M , 2010492CWI , 20420189 , 1520007 , CO11168MCKTAC , 707029 , 2457N , 6511351 , 03651N , 20420185 , 1520189

Qty:
$190.56
Four Seasons A/C Compressor
  • New GM R4 Lightweight Compressor with Clutch
  • with LTR4 Compressor with R4 Compressor New with Clutch
  • New Compressor
  • Product Attributes:
    • : New
    • Clutch Pulley Diameter: 4.250
    • Coil Number: [48260] / Clutch Assembly
    • Compressor Type: R4 Lightweight
    • Connector Type: 8mm Pin Connector
    • Ctch Dia. MM Prmy: 107.950
    • Description: Compressors - New
    • Harness Connector: [37215] / Harness Connector
    • Mount Distance IN: 0.859375
    • Mounting Type: Case Mount
    • O-Ring A Number/Desc: [24355] / Sealing Washer
    • O-Ring B Number/Desc: [24354] / Sealing Washer
    • Oil Type: Pag 150
    • Refrigerant Type: R-134a
    • Style: Piston
    • Suc Prt Typ Note: W/ 5/8" X 3/4" Ports
    • Suction Port Type: Sealing Washer
    • Switch / Sensor Desc: High Pressure
  • Manufactured Compressors meet or exceed OE specifications; Manufactured Compressors are validated for the equivalent of 100,000 miles; Manufactured Compressors come pre-charged with 3 ounces of PAG oil for R134a or R1234yf applications; Manufactured Compressors are individually vacuum,pressure, and Helium Mass Spectrometer tested to ensure no leaks; Manufactured Compressors come with the R12/R134A/1234yf required O-rings /sealing washers to install the compressor; Manufactured New Compressors come with direct fit connectors for ease of installation and to help eliminate splicing.; Manufactured Compressors are built in a ISO9001:2015 Certified facility to ensure consistent quality standards in the manufacturing process.
Brand: Four Seasons
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Block Engine CID CC
1991 - Buick Commercial Chassis Cab & Chassis V 8 Cyl 5.0L 305 -

Latest Buick Repair and AC Compressor Installation Advice

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1993 buick century AC

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Question From loydjones on 1993 buick century AC

Replacing ac compressor and converting to 134A. Cant break line connection loose where orifice tube is located. Any suggestions to break it loose without twisting it off?

Response From Hammer Time

If those fittings are seized, nothing is going to save them. When they finally come apart, the threads will be stuck on the nut and gone from the male side. You're probably looking at replacing the lines.

Response From Discretesignals

I hate when that happens. Applying never seize going back together is helpful. No need to crank the crap out of it when you tighten them either. Don't use PAG oil on the threads. That attracts moisture and will end up just how yours is now.

You may be able to split the nut and save at least one of the lines. I've never tried the heat wrench on one of those. Wonder how a miniductor would do on something like that.

Response From Hammer Time

I have a rethreader kit for those but you usually can't save them.

Response From Discretesignals

Oops...looks like the nut is on the condenser...yikes.

Response From Hammer Time

That's probably a good thing. It will be far more readily available than the aluminum lines.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

OP= loydjones
If you are still watching this thread I'll ask again if you REALLY need A/C to work in this car AND add is the car overall good enough to go totally nuts to have A/C?


Unless you really know this only needs a compressor and caught it before it trashed itself still working some perhaps I'd forget it. Car isn't (no harm meant) special by model or collectible so you are going to open a Pandora's box of failures and poor outcome at best IMO.


If you REALLY need A/C (some absolutely do) it's actually better now to get another car totally. Go ahead and look if needed bet you'll find a compressor by-pass bracket and pulley if this engine must have a pulley where compressor is now just for these.


Zillions of people live where A/C just isn't that critical and STILL will buy vehicles without it new,


T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Eeek! Hard to guess if it will break or not at this point/age. Alloy/aluminum line to same probably will be so stuck by now will be like welded. Try PB and wait even a day and hope, use two flare nut type wrenches and if it breaks you are probably going to have to replace next line/item up till you can get a clean undo right along. Stinks but they don't cooperate well in a few years never mind if back to 1993!


You tell me, what are you finding for all parts that you could need - any, hoses, evaporator, condenser too OE tube + fin or if already done along the way could be high efficiency and not flush out without jumping some real hoops up to needing stuff made up custom now.


Switch year - 1993 doesn't help at all. Might have already been done and not OE stuff now.


If you must have A/C working in this you really might need a high end A/C specialty shop for help if repair of a fitting or hose made up required if practical at all.


Do you have old compressor out now? If so any evidence of debris in oulet and oil that can come out of it?


How far were you planning to go for the retrofit anyway? If OE R-12 hoses still and could be are probably so "impregnated" with oils they won't leak with 134a like a newer non-barrier hose likely would. Plenty more than ordinary can go wrong with this job so suggest know now where you can get exactly what you might end up needing new or made up now. Yes it can I just don't know anyone near me (Northeast US) who for sure still makes up fittings and would have to go out hunting myself,


T
(edit in more) I did find a kit I never have used to splice in an O tube at evaporator. Hope this shows......
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That will totally depend on condition of what's left to work with and IMO real risky not to work without leaking,


Tom

96 Buick Riv

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Question From chickenhouse on 96 Buick Riv

Putting new air shocks on and not getting any reaction from compressor to auto lift rear of car. Looking for location of air compressor fuse or relay to check for power.

Response From Hammer Time




The relay is in the left rear power distribution center

Response From chickenhouse

WOW Hammer! You sure are a fast sketch artist! He is looking inside the trunk on the passenger side. So far he found a box next to a rear speaker, exploring this and phone call got dropped. Will report back. Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

I KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This seems to make no sense at all but that relay box is actually in the engine compartment

Response From chickenhouse Top Rated Answer

Have AC compressor, fog lamps, flash to pass, horn relays (2) 20Amp & relay. Nothing noted for air compressor relay.

Response From chickenhouse

B C E & F are all blank. Looked under "B" and there are no wires to that location.

Response From Hammer Time

Your either looking at the wrong box or the car isn't equipped with air leveling, likely the wrong box.

Response From chickenhouse

It deffinetly has leveling in it. Everything is there. From what he is describing it sounds like he is in the vicinity. 16 miles away from me, doing this by AT&T. Will tell him to hunt another box. Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

He is looking in the engine compartment , right?

Response From chickenhouse

Yes sir. Describes the same as the pics you sent except that the section for the air ride is blank with no wires going to it. It is a 98 Buick Riviera. Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

Well, your title says it's a 96!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's under the back seat on the passenger side next to the battery

Response From chickenhouse

Well DUH! I AM SORRY! Got my APV mixed up with it, I apologize! Will report back and thank you for your patience with my Dumbness!

Response From Hammer Time

At least you can spell.........................LOL

Response From chickenhouse

Now then- 2 boxes under the rear seat. LOTS of fuses! Can you pinpoint the leveling relay? White cover has relays. A B C D E & F. C & F are open A trunk release- B says ELC. (?) D Door unlock E has F/pmp (fuel pump) Rest is a bank of fuses- 2 spots for relays 1 relay installed in section B.

Response From Hammer Time

It shows the same picture I already posted for that year too.

Response From chickenhouse

Hammer- He FOUND it! Said it looks kinda Fried too! Told him to find another relay and to check the voltage to the relay before he burns another relay. Thanks!

Response From Hammer Time

A burnt relay would indicate a compressor drawing too much current.

Response From chickenhouse

Now the truth comes out. He replaced theair shocks because the bags on both shocks were blown out. So it sounds lie the compressor ran continous until the relay got hot. Just called, said he put a relay from rear window defogger in compressor's spot. Said car is up 4 inches above the rear tire. Thinks it is working. Will get replacement relay tomorrow A M. Need him to get a fuel pump for my 92 Z-71 anyway. Thanks Hammer- will keep ya posted!

Response From Hammer Time

You may have a bad level sensor that is not shutting the compressor off until it blows the bags. Better pull the relay on it until you find out.

Response From chickenhouse

Will pass it along- Thanks Hammer.

Response From chickenhouse

All is well with this project. Car sits a good 4 " higher and does not bottom out any more. Thanks for the help and patience!

Response From Hammer Time

Look at the pictures I gave you

93 Buick Lesabre AC blowing hot air when stopped

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Question From Charlies1600 on 93 Buick Lesabre AC blowing hot air when stopped

I have 93 Buick Lesabre with 56,000 on it. Yes I said that correctly. The ac will work fine for a little while then when stopped at a light it begins to blow hot air while the ac is own. The fans under the hood are coming on but the temp light isn't coming on saying its hot or anything. I checked the radiator and its full. Could this be a water pump or thermostat problem by chance?? The reason I say this is because when it feel like the car is getting hot for some reason. Not for sure. Any expert help on this matter would be very much appreciated. personal info deleted Thank you.

Response From Hammer Time

I'm confused............ do you have an AC problem or and engine temp problem. What does the water pump and thermostat have to do with the AC?

Response From Charlies1600 Top Rated Answer

I thought the car was over heating is why the ac was blowing hot. I checked things out a little bit ago and I was wrong about that. I am in vegas right now and its been about 110 out lately. I looked at the AC compressor and it looks like its old lol. Its only a 93 with less then 60 K on it. It shouldn't look like that. I am thinking now that I need to charge the AC probably or replace the AC compressor. When its on MAX AC during the day is when it blows hot out the vents. I went out a little while ago and put it on normal and it was blowing cool air just fine. It just seems it cant keep up with that kind of heat I guess. Its not as hot out right now either. I wanted to know if you think it sounded like a recharge problem or a ac compressor problem?? This car is in meant condition. Its never given me a problem in the last few months we have owed it. Let me know. Thank you.

Response From Hammer Time

There is no "sounded like" when it comes to AC. The system needs to be checked out by a competent AC shop that will analyze both high and low pressure readings and they will likely have to do a complete evacuate and recharge to determine exactly how much refrigerant is in the system right now.

A/C issues with 1993 Buick Lesabre

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Question From 1993BuickLeSabreOwner on A/C issues with 1993 Buick Lesabre

Hello got some issues with my car's air conditioning I was wondering if anyone could help with.

Its a 1993 Buick Le Sabre with about 120,000 miles on it.

Recently bought this car used a few months back and for awhile the ac worked great, then it got to where it would switch off after a while of driving and this got worse and worse till it almost never would come on. Had someone tell us that it was the low pressure switch and we took the time to replace that along with the accumulator, valves, switch and made the switch from R12 to R134a at the same time. After pulling a vacuum on it and recharging the system with new R134a the ac clutch will not engage. So to fix that we figured out that we could jump the clutch and get it to work, unfortunately it burned some wire so we replaced them too. Next we thought the ECU might be bad from the burned wires so re replaced it, just swapped the PROM from the old one into the new one (any one know if it needs to be programed or something?) and even after all this the ac won't work! Also, now with the new ECU unit when the high ac button is pressed the car frequently blows the fuse that goes to the blower. I'm Thinking it might be the control unit with the buttons and sliders that let you control the ac and heat that may be bad now. Been working on this for a couple of months now, really want to know what should be done to fix it, any help would be appreciated!

Response From nickwarner

Been working on this for a couple of months now, really want to know what should be done to fix it, any help would be appreciated!

I will be blunt about this and its not intended to belittle you, but what you need to do is STOP now. You are fooling with a system you do not understand and are doing what can only be described as hack work due to your lack of knowledge about this system.

I do not know who diagnosed this originally as a pressure switch issue, but with the age of this I would doubt that was correct. There is likely a leak and the low pressure switch was reading right. Did you charge this using weighed measurement of refrigerant? Was this system completely flushed out prior to the switch of refrigerant types? Older R-12 systems used ester oil, which is not compatible with R-134a that requires PAG oil. Did you use virgin clean 134a or was this a death kit with the leak sealer crap in it? If you used the stuff with leak sealer, honestly give up on having AC now. The damage done will exceed the value of this car to repair.

The absolute worst thing you can do to this is to rig up the jumper wire that you put in, and I'm sure you realize that now and are kicking yourself for doing so, which is why you have come here to ask us what the next step is. I will not beat a dead horse on that, you understand that it was bad. What you needed to do was troubleshoot the circuit to find out WHY it wasn't being energized.

This car doesn't control the AC through the PCM. Its an OBD-1. You wasted good money on a PCM you did not need. I think you have likely fried out your HVAC control head with a power surge which you saw did happen when you were able to create a fire jumping wires.

You tried to DIY this, which is OK for people who have done the proper homework and have the knowledge of the system. You got in over your head unfortunately and I'm sorry to give you this bad news. You have done a lot of expensive damage and it would be cheaper to buy a different vehicle than to try to keep working with this, especially given the fact you do not know what you are doing.

Please do not take offense with how I have phrased this. I do support those who try to tackle things themselves and need help on it, and I find it sad to see things like this happen.

Response From 1993BuickLeSabreOwner

Ok to answer some of your questions on the refrigerant change here is what was done. After the system was discharged it was dissembled everything exempt the compressor and the ac radiator that I think is called a condenser. The pipes were cleaned out and a new accumulator was installed. The compressor was removed and all of the R12 style lubricant was removed along with some stop leak stuff that was already in there. Next it was reassemble with all new o rings and fresh R134a style lubricant added to the compressor 6oz I think. Then I pulled a vacuum on the system for an hour and it held so I don't think there are any leaks. Finally it was refilled with regular store bought cans of refrigerant with a manifold that shows the high pressure and low pressure sides. Added three cans which should have been just a little low. I think that this was the proper way to do this so I did do my homework. Any suggestions with this new information?

Response From nickwarner

You did the right thing flushing it, but adding the entire charge of oil to the compressor was a bad move. You see, the refrigerant as it moves through the system also carries the oil to the compressor. So if it is all in the same spot and the compressor engages, it will run for a bit before anything makes its way back which runs it out of lubrication and will be a death sentence for the compressor.

How do you know for sure you got all the stop leak crap out? That stuff is like herpes, it likes to stay forever.

Another thing to bear in mind is the lines you are using were not only made to hold R-12, they are 21 years old. At a molecular level, R-12 is bigger than R-134a. So a hose that can hold R-12 at even a slow leakage rate will allow R-134a to go through it a lot easier. Never systems utilize a molecular barrier hose designed to stop this, which isn't what this vehicle was ever designed to use.

After adding the lube, did you rotate the center of the compressor by hand to ensure it wasn't locked up?

Your comments on this latest post have clarified a few things for me, and I see you have done more homework than I thought in your previous posts. While holding a vacuum will show no large leaks are present, remember you are applying a suction force, which is the opposite of what will be applied as pressure by the refrigerant. Some leaks will only show themselves under pressure.

Are you saying you used a manifold gauge set or that the can had a gauge on it? What was the weight of the cans that you did put in this system?

Do you have power at the compressor clutch when the fan is on and the AC is activated?

As it sits, what are the high and low side pressures at?

Response From 1993BuickLeSabreOwner Top Rated Answer

Thank you for the information I didn't know that about the hoses for sure.

Yes a manifold set with 3 hoses was used that the can screws onto the middle hose and lets you let the fluid in slowly.

39oz was added to the system. And yes the compressor was rotated by hand many times.

Well since the compressor isn't turning the high and low are the same.

No power with a regular hook up at the ac clutch with the ac on high and on.

It also may be worth noting that even though the clutch was off an obd I sensor scanner that was borrowed said ac compressor clutch engaged when it wasn't really engaged.

Really think it might be a wiring issue right now because with the new ECU in it whenever the ac is engaged it blows a fuse. Plan right now is to try to track down that wire.

Response From Hammer Time

That is way too much refrigerant. The R12 charge is 38 and when retrofit you should only be charging 80% of original capacity using R134A which is about 30 ounces.

You may have a bad compressor clutch here. You should disconnect the plug and test it for power when the AC is activated with the engine running.

Response From greasy one

jeez I hate half a story

Response From Discretesignals

Me too, buddy.

You wanna know what is funny about this thread? The charge was leaking out and eventually the compressor was turned off by the ECM because if the compressor cycles too much on an older Buick like that the ECM will disable the compressor and set an ac trouble code. If I remember I believe it is a code 66. To get the compressor to come back on after fixing the leak and recharging the system, you have to reset the ECM by either disconnecting the battery or clearing the trouble code with a scan tool. This guy didn't know that, so he ended up toasting something trying to figure out why the compressor wouldn't engage. Now he has all sorts of problems. I have seen this a lot working at the dealer and many people have replaced ECMs for this...LOL

Response From Hammer Time

on an older Buick like that the ECM will disable the compressor and set an ac trouble code.

Only if it is an ATC system and he never mentioned that. That may or may not be true.

Response From Discretesignals

It does it on manual systems also.

Response From Hammer Time

I disagree with that. The manual single zone system uses a conventional cycling switch without logic management.

Response From greasy one

I only know how to push the hot/ cold button. My car is the same as the OPs and it shut the compressor down due to low freon. I bet you all know that but are talking about something else.

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, we are talking about something else.

Response From greasy one

I knew it even with all that overhead, whooshing noise lol.

Response From Hammer Time


This car doesn't control the AC through the PCM. Its an OBD-1.

Oh, yes it does

Response From 1993BuickLeSabreOwner

Ok thanks. I thought that it did because I traced a wire from under the hood there.