Mazda 2: A/C Compressor

A/C COMPRESSOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2. Remove the splash shield (RH).

3. Collect the refrigerant. (See REFRIGERANT CHARGING).

4. Remove the drive belt. (See DRIVE BELT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION] ).

5. Remove the clip retaining the compressor wiring harness to the cooler hose (HI).

CAUTION:

6. Remove in the order indicated in the table. Do not allow remaining compressor oil in the A/C compressor and pipes to spill.

Mazda 2. A/C COMPRESSOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

  1. Connector
  2. Cooler hose (LO)
  3. Cooler hose (HI)
  4. A/C compressor

7. Install in the reverse order of removal.

8. Perform the refrigerant system performance test. (See REFRIGERANT SYSTEM PERFORMANCE TEST).

A/C Compressor Installation Note

CAUTION:

1. Drain the oil into a clean container while rotating the shaft of the new A/C compressor 6-8 times. This drained oil is to be re-added to the compressor so be careful not to let it become dirty.

Mazda 2. A/C COMPRESSOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

2. For the old compressor, drain the oil into a separate, clean container while rotating the shaft 6-8 times.

3. Compare the quantities of the two oils. The oil quantity from the new A/C compressor should be more than the old A/C compressor.

4. Adjust the quantity of the oil removed in procedure 1 to the quantity of the oil removed from the old A/C compressor, and then add it to the new A/C compressor.

A/C compressor oil type

A/C compressor oil quantity (approx. quantity)

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