Some have motor mounts on the compressor and with 2 - 4 washers and keeper pins from hardware store clip them in place. This will hold down the compressor then remove afer delevery or may be noisy when turned on. check out your home refrigerator. As you know the compressor has a small piston in it and there is no way to stop it from moving also mark package as a " refrigeration unit " " this end up " . let sit 24 hours befor usin as the oil will be in the wrong place at the wrong time if it's been turned over.
It means that the compressor is broken inside, and it is time to replace it.
Yes there could.
The rattling noise is in there so you can move the head around.
The heat shield on top of the converter may have broken loose. it can be repaired. If the rattling is inside the converter it must be replaced.
The refrigeration equipment runs constantlty, heating the room. A fridge just removes heat from the inside area and pushes it out the rear coils. Any heat generated by the compressor is added to this.
The rattling you are asking about turned out on my 320 to be the catalytic converter breaking up internally.
Yes there are.
It should be right on the front of the compressor - usually the clutch is inside the v-belt/serpentine pulley on the compressor
The parts of a turbo going from front to back are: Compressor housing, inside the housing is the compressor and that compresses the air. the compressor housing is attached to the main bearing housing/core, and on the backside is the exhaust turbine inside the exhaust housing.
your condensor is clogged up, or your condensor fanmotor is not working, or your compressor struckup due mechanical problem inside of your compressor.
A muffler will deteriorate over time. The rattle is most likely the internal baffles breaking up and shaking around inside.
If the fan outside is not running the compressor will overheat and if the fan inside the house is not running the compressor will get liquid refrigerant back to it and lock up! Neither is good for the compressor.
Something's rattling around inside your door. You'll need to pull the door panel off and remove/repair whatever it is.
Usually the shaft seal is installed from inside the compressor housing and is not serviceable. You would need to replace the compressor.
Assuming you mean the outside of the compressor, no. The gasoline (petrol) may damage the seals. And don't use gasoline to clean the inside of the compressor either.
The turbine drives the compressor. The compressor compresses air inside the engine so it can function.
Neoprene O rings as the insulator between the terminals and the compressor housing.
Normally, there is only one compressor in each refrigerator. The compressor helps in cooling the inside cabins of the refrigerator.
This is often a loose clip inside the read door. Open the door and shake it to determine whether or not the rattle is a loose part inside.
An A/C compressor sucks refrigerant gas from the evaporator inside the car and compresses it into high pressure liquid. So the tubing that goes from the evaporator inside the car to the compressor is called the suction line.
Something is still wrong with it, and without seeing it no one can yell you what it is.
it is the compressor because it is a working machine ............... :P
Because maybe something inside the engine did break loose. For example lifters, rods, pistons, exc. too many things to list that may have broken loose. You may need a new or used engine or rebuilt old engine.
Something on the Inside was created in 1993.
Idle the car with the AC running. Open the hood and look at the AC compressor- is the compressor engaged? (the front of the compressor (inside the belt) should be spinning. If not, then have the AC system recharged. If it is turning, then you've got the door to a duct stuck inside the unit.