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Air Con Clutch


Best Answer maxcaddy , 05 March 2021 - 06:47 PM

If you mean the Clutch end/coupling plate then I seem to recall that it's a standard 6mm thread hex head. The end plate is splined to the centre shaft so the bolt doesn't need to hold much on. However if you're taking the Pulley off then I don't know.

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Posted 01 March 2021 - 05:06 PM

Have had a bit of noise coming from the right side of the engine for a few days and thought I had an idler pully going. Duly ordered and had intended to fit today however SWIMBO decided that a trip to the garden centre was more important so off we toddle. Noise got progressively worse then all the smoke got out and the power steering failed. Limped home and investigated to find half the air con clutch embedded in the PSP pulley and the belt shredded. So off to euro car parts for new belt (which of course didn't fit, not their fault wrong belt in the pack) and ordered a new compressor clutch. so to my question, does anyone know the spec. for the bolt that holds the clutch to the compressor? thanks in advance.

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Posted 05 March 2021 - 06:47 PM   Best Answer

If you mean the Clutch end/coupling plate then I seem to recall that it's a standard 6mm thread hex head. The end plate is splined to the centre shaft so the bolt doesn't need to hold much on. However if you're taking the Pulley off then I don't know.


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