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We get calls every day, where a fine customers says something like this:

richardson91305-27-2007, 07:35 PM

2002 Jeep Liberty AC Compressor“The A/C on our 2002 Jeep Liberty also went out. We were quoted $1900 to repair last summer. I couldn’t swallow the repair price-tag, so we toughed it out through the summer. I am also convinced that the A/C can be repaired for much less. I am researching pricing for a new compressor and condenser and how much the labor would be to replace. I imagine this might come out much less than what the dealership is telling us.”

The 2002 Jeep Liberty AC Compressor fails quite frequently. We’re not exactly sure if it’s an issue within the A/C System that causes premature failure, or if these 2002 Jeep Liberty A/C Compressors are just prone to breakage. What we do know is that we sell a bunch of them! Many times, the A/C Compressor Clutch will go out. Replacing it is an option, but the Clutch is only available through the Jeep Dealer and typically costs more than our Complete 2002 Jeep Liberty AC Compressor Assembly! Imagine that????

Moreover, swapping out the Compressor Clutch does not mean that your 2002 Jeep Liberty A/C Compressor has been replaced. In fact, if you think about it, it still has the same mileage on it as your Liberty does. These days, many AC Compressors are not lasting more than 100,000 miles (sometimes it’s quite a bit less than that).

Our Aftermarket 2002 Jeep Liberty Replacement Compressors are designed to be an exact fit and are of OEM quality. Usually under $179 (with shipping), our prices for the 2002 Jeep Liberty AC Compressor are fantastic and we still offer a full one-year warranty on the part. Please remember that when replacing the Compressor in your Jeep Liberty, it is imperative that you also install a new AC Accumulator and Expansion Device. Doing so ensures you are completing the job the right way and also maintains your warranty. For more information on why you should always replace the Accumulator or Receiver Drier and Expansion Device, visit here.

Here is a full list of Cross Reference Numbers for the 2002 Jeep Liberty AC Compressor:

Denso: 471-7026

Discount AC Parts: 60-01581RC, 60-01581NA, 60-01581NC

Frigette: 204-1578, 204-1579

Four Seasons: 67576, 68576

Jeep: 5503 7466AC, 5503 7466AE

Proliance: 1436N

Sanden: 4335, 4852

TechChoice Parts 

New SD7H15 A/C Compressor

Jeep Liberty A/C CompressorNew Sanden SD7H15 Air Conditioning A/C Compressor Complete With 6 Groove Clutch Assembly For Jeep Liberty V6 3.7.

SKU: 100793 Part No: 30697N 

Sanden SD7H15 Compressor With 6 Groove Clutch Assembly Measuring 5.23″ Diameter, 2.1″ (From Big Right Ear) Gauge Line

Labor time to remove and replace the A/C compressor is .7 hours, not including evacuate and recharge.

REMOVAL
WARNING: Refer to the applicable warnings and cautions for this system before performing the following operation.  Failure to follow the warnings and cautions could result in possible personal injury or death.
NOTE: The A/C compressor may be removed and repositioned without disconnecting the refrigerant lines or discharging the refrigerant system. Discharging is not necessary if servicing the A/C clutch, clutch field coil or the engine.
1. Recover the refrigerant from the refrigerant system.
2. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable. 3. Remove the serpentine drive belt.
4. Disconnect the wire harness connector from the A/C clutch field coil. 5. Depending on the engine usage, remove the bolts or nuts that secure the suction and discharge lines to the A/C compressor and remove and discard the O-ring seals. 6. Install plugs in, or tape over all of the opened refrigerant line fittings and compressor ports. 7. Remove the bolts or nuts that secure the A/C compressor to the engine.
8. Remove the A/C compressor from the engine compartment.
INSTALLATION
NOTE: If a replacement A/C compressor is being installed, be certain to check the refrigerant oil level. See Refrigerant Oil Level in this group for the procedures. Use only refrigerant oil of the type recommended for the A/C compressor in the vehicle. (this new compressor comes with a full charge of oil)
1.  Position the A/C compressor into the engine compartment. 2.  On the 3.7L gasoline engine install all mounting bolts hand tight, then tighten the mounting bolts in the following sequence:     The rear bolt to 55 N·m (41 ft. lbs.).     The front inboard bolt to 40 N·m (30 ft. lbs.).     The front outboard bolt to 55 N·m ( 41 ft. lbs.). 3.  Remove the tape or plugs from the opened refrigerant line fittings and compressor ports. 4.  Lubricate new rubber O-ring seals with clean refrigerant oil and install them on the discharge and suction line fittings. Use only the specified O-rings as they are made of a special material for the R-134a system. Use only refrigerant oil of the type recommended for the A/C compressor in the vehicle. 5.  Install the suction and discharge lines onto the A/C compressor. 6.  Install the bolts or nuts (depending on engine application) that secure the suction and discharge lines to the A/C compressor. Tighten the bolts or nuts to 28 N·m (20 ft. lbs.). 7.  Connect the wire harness connector to the compressor clutch field coil. 8.  Install the serpentine drive belt.
9.  Reconnect the negative battery cable. 10.  Evacuate the refrigerant system.
11.  Charge the refrigerant system.
The Accumulator or Filter Drier should always be replaced when the Air Conditioning System is opened.  (see why)  The Orifice Tube, if equipped, should always be replaced and the Expansion Valve, if equipped, should at least be inspected for proper operation if not replaced.  (see why)
Cross Reference:
Denso: 471-7026
Discount AC Parts: 60-01581RC, 60-01581NA, 60-01581NC
Frigette: 204-1578, 204-1579
Four Seasons: 67576, 68576
Jeep: 5503 7466AC, 5503 7466AE
Proliance: 1436N
Sanden: 4335, 4852

TechChoice Parts

New MSC90C A/C Compressor

New Chrysler Mitsubishi A/C Compressor

New MSC90C Air Conditioning A/C Compressor Complete With 5 Groove Clutch Assembly For Chrysler Sebring, Dodge Stratus, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Galant, Lancer, And

 

MSC90C With 5 Groove Pulley, 3.75″ Diameter.
The Accumulator or Filter Drier should always be replaced when the Air Conditioning System is opened.  (see why)  The Orifice Tube, if equipped, should always be replaced and the Expansion Valve, if equipped, should at least be inspected for proper operation if not replaced.  (see why)
Cross Reference:
ACDelco: 15-21032
Chrysler / Mitsubishi: MR315460, MR315784, MR500182, MR500199, MR500201, MR500272, MR500322, MR568402, MR360564, MR315815, MR500253
Four Seasons: 77483, 78483
Mitsubishi: AKC200A203M, AKC200A203S, AKC200A204P, AKC200A204S, AKC200A205N, AKH200A201A, AKH200A201B, AKH200A203, AKH200A203B
Omega: 20-11235
Proliance: 2534, 2534N
Visteon: 000450
Applications

1995 – 2000 Chrysler Cirrus, Dodge Stratus / Sebring AC Compressor

Sebring, Stratus, Cirrus, Breeze A/C CompressorNew TRS090 A/C Compressor

New Sanden TRS090 Air Conditioning A/C Compressor Complete With 6 Groove Clutch Assembly For Chrysler Cirrus, Sebring, Dodge Stratus, And Plymouth Breeze.

SKU: 100761 Part No: 30601N

Sanden TRS090 – 6 Groove Clutch 4.0″ Diameter, 2.45″ Gauge Line – Direct Mount (4 Boss) – Single Wire Coil Connector Black Oval
Compressor R&R labor time is .9 hours, not including evacuate & recharge.
A/C Compressor Removal & Installation:
REMOVAL
1. Disconnect the battery negative remote cable. 2. Loosen and remove drive belt. 3. Disconnect compressor clutch wire lead. 4. Recover refrigerant system with R-134a recovery unit. 5. Remove refrigerant lines from compressor A/C Lines. 6. Remove compressor attaching bolts; Lower Attaching Bolts and Upper Attaching Bolts. 7. Remove compressor.
INSTALLATION
1. Position the compressor on the mount. 2. Install the compressor attaching bolts. Tighten bolts to 41 N·m (30 ft. lbs.) torque. 3. Install drive belt. 4. Install refrigerant hoses and new seals. 5. Connect the clutch wire. 6. Charge the system. 7. Connect the negative cable to the battery.
The Accumulator or Filter Drier should always be replaced when the Air Conditioning System is opened.  ( see why )  The Orifice Tube, if equipped, should always be replaced and the Expansion Valve, if equipped, should at least be inspected for proper operation if not replaced.  ( see why )
Applications

Years Make Model Engine Type Liter Fuel
1998 – 2000 Chrysler Cirrus V6 2.5 GAS
2000 Chrysler Cirrus L4 2.0 GAS
2000 Chrysler Cirrus L4 2.4 GAS
1995 – 1997 Chrysler Cirrus LX L4 2.4 GAS
1995 – 1997 Chrysler Cirrus LX V6 2.5 GAS
1995 – 1997 Chrysler Cirrus LXI V6 2.5 GAS
1997 Chrysler Cirrus LXI L4 2.4 GAS
1996 – 1998 Chrysler Sebring JX L4 2.4 GAS
1996 – 2000 Chrysler Sebring JX V6 2.5 GAS
1996 – 2000 Chrysler Sebring JXI V6 2.5 GAS
1997 – 1998 Chrysler Sebring JXI L4 2.4 GAS
1995 – 1999 Chrysler Sebring LX L4 2.0 GAS
1995 – 2000 Chrysler Sebring LX V6 2.5 GAS
1995 – 2000 Chrysler Sebring LXI V6 2.5 GAS
1995 – 2000 Dodge Stratus L4 2.0 GAS
1995 – 2000 Dodge Stratus L4 2.4 GAS
1999 – 2000 Dodge Stratus V6 2.5 GAS
1995 – 1997 Dodge Stratus ES L4 2.0 GAS
1995 – 1998 Dodge Stratus ES L4 2.4 GAS
1995 – 1998 Dodge Stratus ES V6 2.5 GAS
1996 – 2000 Plymouth Breeze L4 2.0 GAS
1996 – 2000 Plymouth Breeze L4 2.4 GAS