GM Parts & Services
What’s a car air conditioning compressor?
The compressor is a belt driven engine-mounted pump that serves as the heart of your car’s air conditioning system. It draws refrigerant gas from the Evaporator, compresses it into a hot gas and pumps it to the Condenser.
We offer parts and restoration services for a wide variety of GM A5 and A6 compressors, clutches, clutch brushes, clutch bearings, idlers, manifolds and shaft seals. Have a question? All you have to do is call or email.
Our more popular rebuilt & new compressors:
- A6 5” Single-Groove, Rebuilt. Part # 5-148
- A6 5/8” Single-Groove, Rebuilt. Part # 5-150
- A6 5” Double-Groove, Rebuilt. Part # 5-149
- A6 5” Single-Groove, New. Part # 5-143
- A6 5 5/8” Single-Groove, New. Part # 5-155
- A6 5” Double-Groove, New. Part # 5-144
Why restore your compressor?
You should restore or replace your compressor if:
- Your air conditioning system has poor system gauge readings
- The compressor is leaking, has seized or is knocking
- You’re converting the system to 134a, More on Converting to 134a!
- Your AC system has been inoperable for a long period of time
- You’re doing a complete air conditioning system restoration.
Classic Auto Air offers replacement compressors and can custom restore your original GM compressor for you.
Custom compressor restoration for all GM A-5 and A-6 compressors.
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The evaporator is the coil that is located in a box (called an evaporator housing or plenum) mounted behind the dash or on the firewall in the engine compartment.
The condenser is the radiator-like device mounted in the front of the radiator in the engine compartment.