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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby pugboy » June 19th, 2018, 10:26 am

There must be some reason why these solenoid based compressors don't last compared to older type.

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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby ramishrrr » June 25th, 2018, 9:08 pm

The evaporator on Tiidas (local) starts leaking early. We replaced ours at 25,000 orig. kms.
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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby - Rovin's car audio - » September 6th, 2018, 12:18 pm

trinimark wrote:Since no one answered my question I went ahead and took the chance and got the compressor pictured above and it worked out great. It's a direct bolt on, the only modification needed was to heat the clamp on one of the lines and turn it around plus slightly straighten out the same line a bit. Although the pulley is bigger the same belt works on it thanks to the wide range of adjustment available. It looks like a factory installation and that's what I was hoping for. I'm enjoying constant cool breeze again.

During my research however, I came across a possible cause for the premature failure of the solenoid valve. The original one fails after about 8 years due to normal wear and tear, but the replacement valve could be failing too quickly because of the lubricant our local a.c. technicians are using whenever they do a repair. These new compressors use polyalkylene glycol (pag) based lubricant, whereas our techs are still using polyolester (poe) based lubes. Both are miscible with r134a refrigerant but the two oils themselves don't mix with each other. When they come into contact with each other paraffin wax forms and that is capable of fouling the solenoid valve. I'm no a.c. tech, nor am I a chemist, that's just what I came across while reading.


hello can u let us know what compressor u bought - assuming u bought it online & shipped it in yourself ?


i am going thru same ac compressor issues with my 141 fielder & to me rather than go pay for some old used over priced f/used compressor that may conk out after a while i rather buy something brand new

in case anybody wondering about d part no for compressor its ... 88310-52551

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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby ryandtrini » September 8th, 2018, 11:29 am

- Rovin's car audio - wrote:
trinimark wrote:Since no one answered my question I went ahead and took the chance and got the compressor pictured above and it worked out great. It's a direct bolt on, the only modification needed was to heat the clamp on one of the lines and turn it around plus slightly straighten out the same line a bit. Although the pulley is bigger the same belt works on it thanks to the wide range of adjustment available. It looks like a factory installation and that's what I was hoping for. I'm enjoying constant cool breeze again.

During my research however, I came across a possible cause for the premature failure of the solenoid valve. The original one fails after about 8 years due to normal wear and tear, but the replacement valve could be failing too quickly because of the lubricant our local a.c. technicians are using whenever they do a repair. These new compressors use polyalkylene glycol (pag) based lubricant, whereas our techs are still using polyolester (poe) based lubes. Both are miscible with r134a refrigerant but the two oils themselves don't mix with each other. When they come into contact with each other paraffin wax forms and that is capable of fouling the solenoid valve. I'm no a.c. tech, nor am I a chemist, that's just what I came across while reading.


hello can u let us know what compressor u bought - assuming u bought it online & shipped it in yourself ?


i am going thru same ac compressor issues with my 141 fielder & to me rather than go pay for some old used over priced f/used compressor that may conk out after a while i rather buy something brand new

in case anybody wondering about d part no for compressor its ... 88310-52551


I modified and using the NZ121 compressor (bottleneck) and it works fine. Using it for over a year now, no issues. I think you can get this brand new locally. Maraj AC in San Juan.

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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby - Rovin's car audio - » September 12th, 2018, 12:06 pm

ryandtrini wrote:
- Rovin's car audio - wrote:
trinimark wrote:Since no one answered my question I went ahead and took the chance and got the compressor pictured above and it worked out great. It's a direct bolt on, the only modification needed was to heat the clamp on one of the lines and turn it around plus slightly straighten out the same line a bit. Although the pulley is bigger the same belt works on it thanks to the wide range of adjustment available. It looks like a factory installation and that's what I was hoping for. I'm enjoying constant cool breeze again.

During my research however, I came across a possible cause for the premature failure of the solenoid valve. The original one fails after about 8 years due to normal wear and tear, but the replacement valve could be failing too quickly because of the lubricant our local a.c. technicians are using whenever they do a repair. These new compressors use polyalkylene glycol (pag) based lubricant, whereas our techs are still using polyolester (poe) based lubes. Both are miscible with r134a refrigerant but the two oils themselves don't mix with each other. When they come into contact with each other paraffin wax forms and that is capable of fouling the solenoid valve. I'm no a.c. tech, nor am I a chemist, that's just what I came across while reading.


hello can u let us know what compressor u bought - assuming u bought it online & shipped it in yourself ?



i am going thru same ac compressor issues with my 141 fielder & to me rather than go pay for some old used over priced f/used compressor that may conk out after a while i rather buy something brand new

in case anybody wondering about d part no for compressor its ... 88310-52551


I modified and using the NZ121 compressor (bottleneck) and it works fine. Using it for over a year now, no issues. I think you can get this brand new locally. Maraj AC in San Juan.



much thanks for ur reply ... by chance u have a model number for it ? ... nowadays without a model number its hard to research or buy & i dont want to buy d wrong thing ....

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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby ryandtrini » September 12th, 2018, 5:44 pm

- Rovin's car audio - wrote:
ryandtrini wrote:
- Rovin's car audio - wrote:
trinimark wrote:Since no one answered my question I went ahead and took the chance and got the compressor pictured above and it worked out great. It's a direct bolt on, the only modification needed was to heat the clamp on one of the lines and turn it around plus slightly straighten out the same line a bit. Although the pulley is bigger the same belt works on it thanks to the wide range of adjustment available. It looks like a factory installation and that's what I was hoping for. I'm enjoying constant cool breeze again.

During my research however, I came across a possible cause for the premature failure of the solenoid valve. The original one fails after about 8 years due to normal wear and tear, but the replacement valve could be failing too quickly because of the lubricant our local a.c. technicians are using whenever they do a repair. These new compressors use polyalkylene glycol (pag) based lubricant, whereas our techs are still using polyolester (poe) based lubes. Both are miscible with r134a refrigerant but the two oils themselves don't mix with each other. When they come into contact with each other paraffin wax forms and that is capable of fouling the solenoid valve. I'm no a.c. tech, nor am I a chemist, that's just what I came across while reading.


hello can u let us know what compressor u bought - assuming u bought it online & shipped it in yourself ?



i am going thru same ac compressor issues with my 141 fielder & to me rather than go pay for some old used over priced f/used compressor that may conk out after a while i rather buy something brand new

in case anybody wondering about d part no for compressor its ... 88310-52551


I modified and using the NZ121 compressor (bottleneck) and it works fine. Using it for over a year now, no issues. I think you can get this brand new locally. Maraj AC in San Juan.







much thanks for ur reply ... by chance u have a model number for it ? ... nowadays without a model number its hard to research or buy & i dont want to buy d wrong thing ....









That I am not sure of but this tuner also sells the compressor brand new. Give him a shout for further info.
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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby Rovin's Audio » September 12th, 2018, 11:12 pm

^^^ thanks man , will do

i did some goggling using a VIN no i found on youtube & i think d ac comp part no for NZE121 is 88320-1A481 ...

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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby ADONI » September 13th, 2018, 10:53 am

^^Yup, PN correct. I used my local nze121 VIN and got the above PN as well.

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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby turbodog13 » October 9th, 2018, 1:41 pm

Dave wrote:Long neck unit is what the local corollas would require

can u tell me which one the nze 141 2009 fielder uses,thanks

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Re: TOYOTA COROLLA AIR CONDITIONING ISSUES

Postby turbodog13 » October 9th, 2018, 6:12 pm

kevan1983 wrote:
toolpusher wrote:I have a Local Corolla NZE-141 PCN GLX
Do anyone know which of these solenoid would work

Short one

http://www.amazon.com/Electronic-Contro ... ge_o00_s00

Long neck one

http://www.amazon.com/Electronic-Contro ... dp_summary

If you're willing to forgo the guessing game and would like to purchase the correct and factory certified compatible solenoid valve contact me at 3990153, trust me you'd be a lot better off and would have saved yourself some time and cash.

none of these looks like the one that came out of my fielder compressor ,denso 5SER09C,THE HOLES ARE DIFFERENT

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