12-08-09, 01:58 PM
My AC compressor bearing gave out and seized the pulley. managed to get everything back and now I just need to figure out the air gap. any ideas on where i could get this spec? i need to find the air gap between the AC clutch plate and the compressor plate.
12-08-09, 10:19 PM
If nobody here has the info, you may have to call the service department at the dealership and try to get it out of them.
12-09-09, 01:21 AM
What kind of Cadillac do you own?
12-09-09, 08:27 PM
Do you have to take the thing apart to adjust that gap?
We carry a rubber hammer and give it a clout when it doesn't go in:thepan:
I'd wondered if I could cause it to be nearer in - so that the magnetic force would be greater. Sometimes, slipping it into N and revving the engine gets me a tad more voltage and vibration, and then it goes.
I've tried to lube the center shaft with graphite dust, but no help.
Such a small relay to carry that current !! But it seems to be okay.
12-11-09, 11:06 PM
I own a 1994 cadillac fleet. I tried to press a new bearing into th pulley and ended up bending the pulley. new pulley cost ~130. found a reman. acdelco compressor for a lil less. i think im just going to buy the compressor and replace the whole thing. anyone done this before? looking for ideas.