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8613072 Auto AC Compressor CR14 7PK For Nissan NP300 2000-2010 WXNS022

Minimum Order Quantity : 3pcs Price : Competitive
Packaging Details : Neutral packing and ourown brand packing orcustomized packing according to your requirement. Delivery Time : 30 days
Payment Terms : Western Union, T/T,Paypal Supply Ability : 50000 Per Month
Place of Origin: China Brand Name: WNRLN
Certification: SGS/IS09001 Model Number: WXNS022

Detail Information

Product Name: WXNS022 Voltage: 12V
OE: 8613072/92600EB400/AKC011H212H/AKC200A204L Compressor Model: CR14
Car Make: For Nissan NP300/Navara2.5DCTCelica2.5DCT Groove: 7PK
Year Model: 2000-2010 Size: Standard Size
Warranty: 1 Year
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Product Description

8613072 Auto AC Compressor CR14 7PK For Nissan NP300 2000-2010 WXNS022



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Compressor Clutch Issues


Compressor clutch issues can cause problems with the functioning of the AC compressor. The compressor clutch is connected to the engine by a belt and pulley and allows the compressor to cycle on and off as needed. This helps to reduce wear on the compressor and improve fuel economy by allowing the engine to disengage the compressor when cool air is not required.


However, there are issues that can arise with the compressor clutch. One potential problem is the failure of the clutch to disengage, causing the compressor to constantly run while driving. Conversely, the clutch may also fail to engage at all, resulting in no operation of the compressor. Both of these scenarios are undesirable.


While it is sometimes possible to repair the clutch, it is generally recommended to replace the entire compressor and clutch unit as a solution. This ensures optimal functioning and performance of the AC system.



The compressor, which is responsible for drawing in the refrigerant gas from the evaporator, plays a crucial role in the cooling process. As the refrigerant gas enters the compressor, the pressure in the evaporator decreases, thus causing a drop in pressure. This lower pressure allows the refrigerant to evaporate at lower temperatures, resulting in the formation of cold vapor.


The A/C compressor then comes into action by compressing this cold vapor. During the compression process, the refrigerant gas gets warmed up. To dissipate this heat, the warmed refrigerant gas is transported through pipes to the condenser. In the condenser, the refrigerant liquefies once again, releasing heat in the process.


After liquefaction, the refrigerant is directed to the area that requires cooling. In this area, typically the passenger compartment, the refrigerant absorbs the heat from the incoming air. This absorption of heat causes the refrigerant to turn back into a gas once again, completing the cycle.


Subsequently, the gas refrigerant returns to the evaporator to be drawn in by the compressor for the next round. The compressor then repeats the compression process to maintain the cooling cycle. Throughout this process, the refrigerant undergoes various changes in state, from gas to liquid and vice versa, as it continuously absorbs and releases heat to provide cooling.






Working Principle


The basic working principle of the automobile air conditioning compressor is to suck low-pressure cold gas (usually refrigerant) into the compressor cavity through the driving device, and then compress it into high-pressure and high-temperature gas.


Compressors usually use piston or screw compressors. In a piston compressor, the piston moves up and down in the cavity, and the cold gas is compressed by the movement of the piston. In a screw compressor, the screw compresses the cold gas. The compression process of the compressor increases the pressure and temperature of the cold gas. The high-pressure and high-temperature gas will then enter the condenser and be converted into high-pressure hot gas through heat dissipation, then cool and expand through the expansion valve, and finally enter the evaporator to prepare for circulation again.


Throughout the process, the compressor provides compression and conversion capabilities and is one of the key components to realize the automotive air conditioning refrigeration cycle.





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