Thanks. It looks like I can put it up on ramps and get under there and get it
off. The clutch on it is bad and I figure I'll just change out the whole
thing even if it is just the clutch. A clutch for it was quoted somewhere
around 75 dollars. The whole unit rebuilt with clutch priced out at 199.
The thing is nine years old with only 65000 on it. It's been a hunk of junk
but it is cheaper to keep it so far. A real commie car if you ask me but my
wife likes it.
Problem is that the air conditioning always worked like a champ. But then
since the clutch has started to squeal and act up of course the air doesn't
get cold. How can I tell if the old compressor is still good? Is there a
simple way to find that out?
By just turning the shaft? And if it is free it is ok?
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