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2002 Jeep Liberty A/C Condenser Nissens

P311-55CA811    New

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2002 - Jeep Liberty
American Condenser
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  • NLA - 10/14
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2002 - Jeep Liberty
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1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer A/C Condenser TYC

P311-434273B    New

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1993 - Jeep Grand Wagoneer
American Condenser
1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer A/C Condenser American Condenser

P311-348DEF7    New

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American Condenser A/C Condenser
  • NLA - 11/14
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1993 - Jeep Grand Wagoneer
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1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee A/C Condenser Nissens

P311-1DDEB1D    New

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1999 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
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2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee A/C Condenser Nissens

P311-1DDEB1D    New

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  • Production: -02/20/2003
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2004 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
Nissens
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee A/C Condenser Nissens

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  • Production: -03/30/2003
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2004 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
CSF
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee A/C Condenser CSF

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2005 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
American Condenser
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2005 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
CSF
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee A/C Condenser CSF

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  • Production: 03/31/2003-
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2004 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
CSF
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee A/C Condenser CSF

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2004 - Jeep Grand Cherokee
Koyo Cooling
2007 Jeep Compass A/C Condenser Koyo Cooling

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2007 - Jeep Compass
American Condenser
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2007 - Jeep Compass
Koyo Cooling
2007 Jeep Patriot A/C Condenser Koyo Cooling

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2007 - Jeep Patriot
American Condenser
2007 Jeep Patriot A/C Condenser American Condenser

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2007 - Jeep Patriot
Koyo Cooling
2008 Jeep Compass A/C Condenser Koyo Cooling

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Koyo Cooling A/C Condenser
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2008 - Jeep Compass
American Condenser
2008 Jeep Compass A/C Condenser American Condenser

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American Condenser A/C Condenser
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2008 - Jeep Compass
CSF
2009 Jeep Liberty A/C Condenser CSF

P311-0171B23    New

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CSF A/C Condenser
  • A/C O-Rings Serviced Separately
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2009 - Jeep Liberty
Four Seasons
1998 Jeep Cherokee A/C Condenser Four Seasons

P311-4602460    New

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Four Seasons A/C Condenser
  • Parallel Flow Condenser
  • Condenser /Parallel
  • Product Attributes:
    • Condenser Core Type: Parallel Flow
    • Cooler Included?: No
    • Core Width IN: 0.625
    • Depth IN: 0.625
    • Depth MM: 15.875
    • Description: Condensers
    • Gasket / Seals?: Yes
    • Height IN: 11.000
    • Height MM: 279.400
    • Inlet Type: Quick Disconnect
    • Length IN: 30.250
    • Length MM: 768.350
    • Meets / Exceeds OEM?: Yes
    • New or Reman: New
    • O.E. Replacement?: Yes
    • Outlet Type: Quick Disconnect
    • Refrigerant Type: R12 , R134a, R1234yf
    • Style: Parallel Flow
    • Type: Parallel Flow
    • Type of Fit: Application Specific
    • Width IN: 30.250
    • Width MM: 768.350
  • Packaged to prevent damage in shipping
Brand: Four Seasons
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1998 - Jeep Cherokee

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ac problem on my 2006 jeep tj wrangler

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Question From baja0625 on ac problem on my 2006 jeep tj wrangler

hi everyone i am having an issue with my 2006 jeep tj wrangler... i recently had the ac condenser replaced because i had a leak on original condenser and my ac worked fine for a day or so until i noticed the ac clutch stopped clicking on and thought i had another leak but i took it back to the shop tested the ac freon and they said it was full and there was no leaks...the guy told me he had to program the ac system when he installed my ac condenser because it wasnt turning on so then decided to check the codes on the jeep an connected it and scrolled to ac system and got it working again...awesome i thought until the next day started my jeep and same problem accured now its shut off again...well during the day i was driving with an ac not working i checked to see if it would kick on but nothing was not working again...well during the evening i started my jeep tried the ac again and now the ac clutch kicked on... this issue is odd so if anyone can help me out please let me know if you might know what it is...thanks for your time

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Are you saying it's working now? Do you know how this mechanic knew with what testing that system was properly full and had no leaks? Can't know if it's properly full without recovering all of it with equipment that knows how much came out and put exact weight back in. If that wasn't the correct amount it's leaking or overcharged possibly.

Declaring no leaks isn't conclusive as some are elusive.

These are known for evap leaks. You can even check if condensate drain has oil in it and if so it's trouble, would set off failsafes to shut down system as low possible again. May have be reset for a grace period and static pressure with a warm engine allowed it it to engage. Clutch gap could be to large on tons of reasons for erratic behaviour. Needs more attention than it got IMO,

T

Response From baja0625

well when i had the ac condenser replaced my freon was completly empty out of my damaged ac condenser do to the leak. so when the mechanic replaced it and refilled it with freon he stated that the ac clutch wasnt turning on so he connected a computer module to the jeep(i was not present) he stated he scrolled to ac system and had it turned on manuelly makung the ac clutch kick start. when i picked up my jeep he explained what he did so i didnt think anything of it because it worked the remainder of the day and it worked fine the next day... by the following day the ac clutch stopped working... thats when i thought it was the freon leaking out somewhere but when i took it back to him he connected a machine to it and checked the pressure of freon and stated it was fine that there was no drop on the pressure. so then he connected the computer to my jeep as he did the first time he explained to me(this time present) and he kick started the ac clutch again and said to bring it back if it shut offs again. he did this for me saturday morning and then sunday morning i jump in my jeep and the AC clutch would not kick start again...so through out the day i kept trying to see if it would kick on but didnt...thats untill later once the sun came down i turned it on just to see and the ac clutch turned back on. so yes its on now but im expecting it to not work again. thats why im asking for help to see what could cause this issue

Response From HT

OK, let me get this straight.................. he knew how to replace the condenser but has no clue what's wrong with the electrical system. There is no programming involved in this system so that right there tells me he didn't know what he was doing. It has an electric issue somewhere and that needs to be diagnosed properly using a wiring diagram, a test light and a scan tool.

Response From baja0625

Correct HT... he told me when i asked what was the reason the ac clutch was shuttung off an wouldnt turn on he just responded by saying that the newer model vehicles are computer touchy....and he once again on saturday turned it on manully but the problem accured again on sunday morning when i turned my jeep on it wouldnt work. but in the eveing close to sun down it started working...i just got home a bit ago and tried out the ac and ac clutch wasnt kicking on AGAIN!!! well i had a thought and assumed he over filled it freon so i decided to check th pressure and release some out...i know it might have not been a smart move on my part but it worked!!! it started working agian... so now i am going to see how it does throughout the week or even in about an hour i will check...
...could that have been my issue? overfilled freon???

Response From HT

Both you and him need to stop working on this. Neither one of you know what you are doing.You can have no idea whatsoever how much refrigerant is in a system from reading pressure, especially if the system isn't even running. You started out with an electrical issue and now you have a gas issue also. I suggest you get this to a competent tech to determine what is actually wrong with it.


he just responded by saying that the newer model vehicles are computer touchy.

is not an answer.

Response From MarineGrunt Top Rated Answer

Listen to HT on this one. I know his username says "new user" but he's been a mod of this site for a long time. He's also been a master mechanic and shop owner for years. (Not trying to make you feel old HT )

An a/c system is nothing to mess around with. It's under a lot of pressure. You really need to find a competent shop in your area. Ask some friends or coworkers who they use. You really want to find a good mechanic and stick with him. You'll end up building a relationship and know you can drop your vehicle off and never have to worry about anything. Be sure to stay away from the chain stores or quick lube places that claim to do everything.

A competent mechanic should be able to figure this out quite easily.

Response From nickwarner

A competent mechanic isn't cheap either, so don't go price shopping like you did when you found the last Cletus who has cost you far more than you saved. He has proven he actually has no real idea how your system operates at the most basic level. If you hate your money, let him keep working on it. If you like your money, never go to him again. A wrench is the most dangerous thing you can put in his hands.

Does AC hose need high side port?!

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Question From coastiewithjeep on Does AC hose need high side port?!

I have a 95 Jeep Cherokee Sport and am replacing the AC condenser, accumulator, and hoses. The "just like OEM" high side compressor to condenser hose I ordered doesn't have a high side service port on it. I know I don't need it to charge the system so should I just install the hose as is or send it back and get a custom hose with a port in it? Perhaps someone sells short lengths of pipe with a port in it so I don't have to reorder an entire hose?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Send it back! They make cars without high side ports which is as dumb as it gets. You don't really need it for recharge but it is usefull for precharging when system is under vaccum before the final charge.

Also great to charge slowly and watch both pressures as you go. If you can just add the exact weight that's always best.

Consider not having it for a future problem and you will be left without a great diagnosic bit of information without it.

Your call really but I'd get the right one,

T

Response From coastiewithjeep

Thanks Tom...that makes sense. I had trouble finding this hose in the first place and it was (wrongfully) advertised as an OEM replacement. Took about a week to get here. Would you recommend purchasing from an online custom hose dealer or is this something a local Auto Parts store should be able to fabricate?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If you have trouble getting the right hose locally I can suggest a place that will ship it right out. No need to custom make this,

T

Response From coastiewithjeep

Tom,
No luck on finding hoses locally here. Do you have a contact. I'm in CT and will be up in Boston this weekend, perhaps it is a shop in your area?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I'm in Marlborough and use NAPA the most. Nobody here seems to have a comprehensive stock of A/C parts. I'll use on line for major stuff now as some are better and asking for that brand frequently confuses the parts folks here.

I don't use the chain stores that much or the dealers unless I have to but most will find what you want to your spec. Trouble is returning stuff if not what you asked for if it was a special order.

If you really have trouble with the part try ACsource in AZ 602-595-6430 and ask for BJ or Warren and say I sent you. Could take a few days to get to CT. Another site I'm at sells some parts but deals more with equipment and info but does have some parts.

I'd just get a place near you to find what you want for this and specify that you want the exact right hose.

Hit back again and I'll hook with up with my NAPA guy who will hunt it down for you and send it to a NAPA near you for next day which is possible because their huge warehouse is in upstate NY and I've never waited more than two days for difficult parts if they are listed at all,

T

Response From coastiewithjeep

Update: Thanks for all your help. Turns out I decided to stay with the original hose. Originally it looked like it would still fit the compressor but it was hard to tell. Once I had the system apart I had to remove the condenser and accumulator with hoses attached since the hoses were rusted to the unit. I had no choice but to install the wrong hose now (which was advertised online as the correct one yet turns out it didn't fit correctly...I would have sent it back but the return would have costed $15 in restocking and shipping for the $25 hose!). In any event I was now stuck...yikes. I tightened the hoses (just over hand tight) on the condenser and left the accumulator hoses unattached. I also had the compressor hose unattached on the compressor side. I secured everything in the engine compartment using zip ties and covering the ends with dust covers and saran wrap.
I called every auto parts store I could with no joy. All they could recommend was a hose shop about an hour away which they weren't sure fabricated the hose and the dealership. I went online and found Ray's Auto A/C site (Ray Everitt) and realized he was located an hour and a half away on a common route I take to Boston. I could have ordered a hose section online but after my saga above decided I needed a professional opinion to get it right. I emailed him and while traveling through Mass stopped by his shop. He was awesome! He came out and took a look at what I had and found a better way to run the short section to the compressor. He then cut the length of hose as I waited. It was a short one foot straight length with a high side port in it. He charged me $25, a lot less than some dealer might have charged for the full length hose I'm sure, plus it meant I didn't need to pull the condenser and radiator again! I was out of there in under a half hour. I made sure I kept the system from being contaminated throughout this process so I didn't go through a full flush. I poured 4 ounces of oil down the hose and connected all of the hoses up. I then added a can of UV fluourescent containing R134a I got at Walmart and a can and a half or so of straight R134a to get the pressure up. I had to tighten one fitting since an obvious leak was present. I have been running it for two days and the A/C works great (knock on wood!). My system had been 'dead' for over 5 years! If you ever need custom A/C hose I recommend Ray's site. This fix seems to have worked great and it was nice to deal with some solid good customer service.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Ray Everett had a monster A/C biz in Westboro, MA. I thought he had given it up but I guess not. His shop was about 10 miles from me -- small world,

T