10603N: 1998 – 2003 Chevrolet GMC Isuzu AC Compressor

Chevrolet, GMC S10 A/C Compressor

1998 - 2003 Chevrolet GMC Isuzu AC Compressor

1998 - 2003 Chevrolet GMC Isuzu AC Compressor

New GM V7 Air Conditioning A/C Compressor Complete With 6 Groove Clutch Assembly For Chevy S10 Pickup, GMC Sonoma, And Isuzu Hombre 4 Cylinder 2.2 Engine.
Application Notes
New GM V7 Air Conditioning Compressor Complete With 6 Groove Clutch Assembly Measuring 4.87″ Diameter, 1.15″ Gauge Line – 8mm Pin Coil @ 9 O’Clock
The GM V7 is a 7 cylinder variable displacement compressor.
General Motors V5 and V7 compressors have a control valve.  A control valve measures refrigerant and adjusts the angle of the swash plate, to which the pistons are connected, and controls the stroke of the pistons.  If high pressure is measured, the control valve adjusts to shorten the stroke of the pistons, so less pressure is produced.  If, upon installation of a new compressor, there seems to be no ‘pumping’ from the compressor, it may be necessary to remove the control valve and blow off excess oil.  The control valve may be sensing no pressure and presuming the system is empty of refrigerant.
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)
Special Notes:
ACDelco: 15-20313, 15-20446, 15-21221
CarQuest / NAPA: 254425, 274289
Delphi: CS0135
Denso: 471-9178
Four Seasons: 67291, 68291
General Motors: 1137015, 1137023, 1137024
Isuzu: 8-01137-015-0, 8-01137-024-0
Omega: 20-10857
Proliance: 2692, 2692N
Visteon: 000020, 010332
Applications:

Years Make Model Engine Type Liter Fuel
1998 – 2000 Chevrolet S10 Pickup L4 2.2 GAS
2000 – 2002 Chevrolet S10 Pickup L4 2.2 FLEX
2003 Chevrolet S10 Pickup L4 2.2 GAS
1998 – 2000 GMC Sonoma L4 2.2 GAS
2000 – 2002 GMC Sonoma L4 2.2 FLEX
2003 GMC Sonoma L4 2.2 GAS
1998 – 2000 Isuzu Hombre L4 2.2 GAS

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