I am not sure if the clutch can be done inside the vehicle. It can be done but on this vehicle I am just not sure because you need to get a puller on the front and I don't know if you have enough room. I included the process and they have you remove it.
As for penetrating oil, that will most likely not work if the clutch has failed. It is not a matter of being corroded, it is the clutch is locked and even if you get it loose I doubt it will operate properly again.
Also, does the pulley turn easily or does it make noise when you turn it with the belt off? If it does then the bearing is failed as well. If this is the case you will need a compressor.
If it were me, I would just go ahead and replace the compressor.
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Thursday, April 16th, 2020 AT 5:24 PM