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98 tracker 2dr. When I pulled my engine. I took the line loose from my compressor (unhooked it from the compressor itself). Well I didn't notice but in the process of removing the motor the comp got tilted and some of the oil ran out. I was wondering how you check the oil in a comp? I want to make sure it's got enough and also what kind of oil do I use in it ? Thanks
 

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There is no way to really check the oil level. :(

I'd suggest obtaining the total fill quantity in ounces of yours, dump what remains and fill accordingly w/fresh. Your Service Manual (assuming you have one) should publish this info, or contact a local A/C shop for the spec.
 

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Or...

I think this is you... ;)


Verify yours from pic, description and your compressor model number / ID plate.

1995 - 1998 Chevrolet ~ Geo ~ Suzuki: Air Conditioning &amp AC Compressor || TechChoice Parts



Sanden SD7B10 - 4 Groove Clutch 4.75" Diameter

Compressor Type SANDEN
Part Description COMP SD7B10 PV4 4.75in 12V
Compressor Model SD7B10
Compressor Class NEW
Clutch Diameter 120mm
Oil Type PAG 46
Oil Capacity Oz 3.3
Omega Oil No 41-50102
Grooves 4
Voltage 12
Compressor Mount EAR
Compressor Fitting PAD
Cylinder PC
Coil Pos. 12
Fitting TOP PAD
Aftermarket Num 4623

http://www.sanden.com/objects/Compressor_Installation_Instructions.pdf
 
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