93012602103 Porsche 964-965 Turbo AC Compressor
Griffiths’ 93012602103 Porsche 964-965 Turbo AC Compressor. Fits years 1991-1992 964 Turbo. This is a NEW OEM Denso Compressor with Serpentine Belt Pulley Clutch. Drop in replacement, just swap over your old hose manifold. New manifold gasket and hose o-rings included, as well as refrigerant oil. R12 and R134a compatible. No core deposit or core return needed. Warranty by Denso.
Procedure to replace you compressor:
- Recover and remove refrigerant from system.
- Inspect system for debris and contamination, liquid AC flush if debris or contamination is present.
- Disconnect lines at compressor manifold.
- Loosen belt tension.
- Unplug compressor power wire.
- Remove compressor from mount.
- Remove manifold from old compressor and swap over to New compressor.
- Re-install compressor to mount, connect power wire, re-attach drive belt, adjust tension, connect hoses.
- Replace your receiver drier with new o-rings.
- Add refrigerant oil to system.
- Evacuate, charge, test and inspect for system leaks.
- Porsche 964/965 C2 & C4 turbo 1991-1992
- OEM Denso Compressor with Serpentine Clutch
- New manifold gasket
- Hose connection o-rings
OEM Part Numbers
When you place your order please choose the type of refrigerant oil you wish to use in your system. We can provide you either Ester or PAG and here is how you can determine which is the best option of oil to choose:
- 1) If you plan to continue to use R12 refrigerant, OR, if you are converting from R12 over to R134a, then we suggest you pick Ester oil.
- 2) If you car has already been converted to R134a then the type of oil could be either Ester or PAG. If the conversion procedure was well documented then there should be a “blue” colored R134a refrigerant sticker somewhere in the engine compartment noting the type of oil, or the service work order or invoice might note the type of oil, or you could contact the service facility whom did the work and ask them, or contact the previous owner.
We suggest that if the system has Ester or PAG that you continue to use that same type of oil and not mix the two.
If you are unsure as to what refrigerant oil you should choose, please contact us and we will assist you.