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Old 07-09-2018
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Default Air conditioning clutch

My mechanic managed to get my air conditioning going.
This weekend while out with the kids camping the clutch let go.
Any ideas where I can source a new one?
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Default Clutch for YORK AC Compressor

David, this looks like a good site for sourcing the clutch for your York compressor. I would pull the old clutch & get measurements and part numbers prior to ordering.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-AC-COMP...-/282142330669


or a refurbished one for $52.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/AC-Compress...MAAOSwz~paKELp


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My mechanic managed to get my air conditioning going.
This weekend while out with the kids camping the clutch let go.
Any ideas where I can source a new one?
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Old 07-11-2018
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I just talked to my mechanic and he says the one on the bus is a single pulley with a larger offset towards the rad.
Would this help in identifying it?
I was hoping to order one in advance of pulling the bus apart to minimize down time for the summer.
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When you said the clutch let go,just what does then mean?
Are you sure the compressor didn't lock up and burn up the clutch?
Or did the bearing go bad in the clutch?
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The air conditioning compressor was replaced and the system worked great.
He’s didn’t replace the clutch at the time as it worked fine and he couldn’t find a replacement.
Several months later during use we had a super bad burning clutch smell. I shut down the air smell dicipated.
Called the mechanic and he said hunt down a new clutch it’s the only thing I didn’t change.
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Are you sure the compressor didn't lock up and burn up the clutch?
Even if newly replaced, unfortunately it could be that the compressor is seized. It's worthwhile (and pretty simple) to check before ordering parts. See if you can turn the compressor with your hand by turning the inner part of the outer end of the clutch (with engine off of course).
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Old 07-17-2018
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Ok just in from mechanic
The compressor is fine
The clutch is shot
Help
It’s a Kyosr model number 502740
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Default air conditioning

When I needed a A/C clutch I got mine from autoaironline.com or call 800-726-2310 That worked for me Reid Kuhlman
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Google search turned up a number of links...

https://www.google.com/search?q=Kyos...hrome&ie=UTF-8
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