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Unread 2016-05-11, 08:59 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by maynardDRIVESfast View Post
My wife's commuter (2008 impreza) had its ac compressor clutch seize up. Unfortunately, you can't just replace the clutch on the Subaru without fabricating your own parts, so i bought a whole reman compressor unit. My question is this: since there was no damage to the internals of the original compressor, do i have to replace the accumulator/drier/orifice tube? Can i get away with just doing the orifice tube itself?
If you know for a fact that there was no internal failure on the compressor, then yes you can get away with doing that.

Kind of surprised that a modern Japanese vehicle would use CCOT instead of a TXV though.
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