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For BMW1/2/3/5/X1/Z4 BMW AC Compressor DCP05095 2007-2019 WXBM030

Minimum Order Quantity : Negotiable Price : Negotiable
Packaging Details : Neutral packing /WNRLN packing/Customized packing Delivery Time : 10-30 days
Payment Terms : Western Union, L/C, T/T, MoneyGram, PayPal Supply Ability : 5000pcs per month
Place of Origin: Guangdong, China Brand Name: WNRLN
Certification: SGS/ISO9001 Model Number: WXBM030

Detail Information

Car Make: For BMW1/2/3/5/X1/Z4 Voltage: 12V
Grooves: 6PK Compressor Type: 6SBU14A
Year Model: 2007-2019 OEM: 64529223694/9225703/DCP05095/64529225703/64529330829
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Product Description


Variable Displacement Compressor DCP05095 64529225703 For BMW1/2/3/5/X1/Z4 WXBM030


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Compressors and Mount & Drive:


Mount & Drive

Consists of a bracket to mount the compressor to the engine, a belt idler pulley, compressor

drive belt and possibly and extra drive pulley for the crankshaft.

Compressor Mount

Manufactured of either plate, cast iron, steel or aluminium, this bracket should exhibit

excellent noise absorption qualities especially if using a piston type compressor.

Idler Pulley

A small pulley normally used in conjunction with a belt adjusting mechanism, also used when

a belt has a long distance between pulleys to absorb belt vibrations.

Drive Pulley

Some vehicles do not have an extra pulley to accommodate an A/C drive belt, in these

cases an extra pulley is bolted onto the existing crankshaft pulley.


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Troubleshooting and DIY Checks


Performing basic checks and troubleshooting for common AC problems can help identify issues and potentially resolve them. However, it’s important to prioritize safety and consult a professional technician if needed. Here is a step-by-step guide to troubleshooting and performing DIY checks on your car AC system:


  • Safety First: Before starting any checks, ensure that the engine is off, the car is in a well-ventilated area, and the AC controls are set to off.


  • Inspect Fuses: Begin by checking the AC system’s fuses. Locate the fuse box, usually found in the engine compartment or under the dashboard. Refer to the owner’s manual or fuse box cover for the specific AC fuse location. Inspect the fuse visually to see if it’s blown or damaged. If you find a blown fuse, replace it with a new one of the same rating.


  • Check Refrigerant Levels: Insufficient refrigerant levels can result in reduced cooling performance. Locate the low-pressure port of the AC system, usually marked with an “L” or labeled as low-side. Attach a pressure gauge to the port and check the reading. If the pressure is below the recommended level, it may indicate a refrigerant leak. In such cases, it’s best to consult a professional technician for further diagnosis and repair.


  • Inspect the HVAC system's components for any visible signs of damage or leaks. Begin with the compressor, located near the engine. Look for oil stains or refrigerant residue, which can indicate a leak. Next, examine the condenser, usually positioned in front of the radiator. Check for bent fins or debris that may block airflow. Also, inspect the HVAC hoses for any cracks or leaks. If you notice significant damage or suspect a leak, it is advisable to seek professional help.


  • Test the HVAC System: Start the engine and turn on the HVAC to its maximum setting. Observe the system's behavior. Pay attention to the airflow from the vents, the air temperature, and any unusual noises. Weak airflow or warm air could indicate a problem with the blower motor, cabin air filter, or ductwork. Strange noises may point to a faulty fan or compressor. Unpleasant odors could be a sign of mold or bacterial growth. If you encounter any of these issues, it is recommended to consult a professional technician for a detailed inspection.


  • Recharge the HVAC System (if applicable): Some HVAC systems may require recharging if the refrigerant level is low. It is important to note that handling refrigerant requires specific equipment and expertise. If you believe a recharge is necessary, it is recommended to consult a qualified technician to ensure proper procedures are followed.

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