How do i replace ac compressor ?

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Asked by Dec 20, 2015 at 07:34 AM about the 2006 Ford E-350

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i think the grus for your answers but i still need a step by stept on how to get
the compressor off this 2007 ford e 350 hd. buss the compressor looks like i
may have to rase the motor to get to bolts also their is no freon in truck lines
may have rusted through i have a mitchell on line manuel but does,seem to
be much good .CAN YOU HELP?

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Your will need to unplug the all of the electrical connectors around the compressor. you can get to the bolts for the compressor by removing the front wheel and using an extension with a wiggler pass through the holes in the frame at an angle. to break the bolts loose you will need a box end wrench. Other than that its a bunch of holding your tongue just right and dog cussing those engineers that designed it in such a small space for such a large vehicle.

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Hope this helps.

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tHAK YOU I LET YOU KNOW HOW IT GOES

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