2004 Honda CRV Ari Condition / Compressor

Tiny
DEEPAK05
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  • 2004 HONDA CRV
  • 4 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 72,000 MILES
Hi,

One day while I was driving I heared a whsiting noice and after stopping the car at the signal it stopped automatically. I have restarted the engine and put it in Drive 2 and then it moved. After that I have noticed that a/c is not cooling.

I have checked it with a repair shop and he said the Compressor is gone and I had to replace the Compressor + Condensor

Q1. Do I need to change the Condensor with the Compressor?

Q2. Where can I buy Honda CRV OEM Compressor and Compressor? Please provide the part number

Q3. How much would be the replacement cost for it? Not from the dealer but from some local repair shop.

Regards
Deepak


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Thursday, May 20th, 2010 AT 10:22 PM

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Tiny
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Q1- I am not sure why you would have to replace the condenser with the compressor, unless there is a fear of metal deposits in it, or leaking. I would consider replacing the expansion valve, as metal contaminants in the system can clog it.
Q2- The part information is courtesy of ALLDATA. Prices may not be current.
Compressor HVAC
Compressor 38810PNB006 $540.15
Expansion Valve
Expansion Valve
Japan Built 80220SDET01 $95.52 U.K. Built 80220S5JM01 $77.22
Condenser HVAC
Condenser
Japan Built 80110S9A013 $390.62
U.K. Built 80101SCAA01 $390.62
Q3- Labor times are courtesy of ALLDATA, prices are going to vary. I would figure at least $100 per hour.
Compressor
With Clutch 3.1 hrs
Does Not Include: Refrigerant Recovery Or Evacuate & Recharge AC System.
Condenser HVAC
Replace 1.1 hrs
Does Not Include: Refrigerant Recovery Or Evacuate & Recharge AC System.
Expansion Valve
Replace 1.4 hrs Does Not Include: Refrigerant Recovery Or Evacuate & Recharge AC System.
Evacuate & Recharge 1.4 hrs
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Friday, May 21st, 2010 AT 10:31 PM

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