how do you remove and replace the a/c compressor in a 1998 Isuzu Trooper with instructions and diagrams (exploded views if available)1998 only made this model for three years
Year (other): 1998
removed the belt,the power steering pump is in the way from the top,the oil pump?and wireing harness in the way below,thought maybe going through the front?
not enough info ,does the compressor come through the foont,top or bottom?what has to be removed to gain access to thr compressor
This is all the information I have on it. Hang on I will see if someone else has more.
OK waiting for more something definately has to come out first
Hello!New Expert here!Brown Jeff has given you great detail on how to remove and replace the AC compressor. The AC compressor will need to come out from underneath the vehicle. You may need ot remove a skip plate or a engine cover underneath the motor to gain access to the AC compressor.AMEDEE40320.6989544792
skip plates are off,there is still no acess to tho compressor mount,also there is not enough room to drop the compressor down without removeing the oil filter ,oil pump and mucho wireingis inthe way. Can the compressor come through the front if the fan shroud and raideator are removed:?
I suppose it would be worth a try. Its either that or remove the the power steering pump above it and remove it from the top.
I'll let you know.give me about two hours.
remove front grill to acess filter drier,remove belt,upper radiator hose,fan shroud,fan blade,power steering pump pulley,drivers side front tire to acess rear bolts for p/s &a/c brackets remove power steering pump & bracket,remove a/c hoses at blocks both high &low side,slide compressor dforward to remove last bolt in bracket,unbolt rear a/c bracket,turn and lift a/c compressor&bracket together with hose block still atached to compressor........reverse to install.total time about 7.5 hours
YUP! THats one way to do it. It only calls for about 3.0 hours labor to replace the compressor according to my labor guide. But there are several different ways you could go about replacing it. Anyway, glad to hear that it is done! I DO hope you found my Answer to be helpful regarding your vehicles condition. IF SO-please hit **ACCEPT** as you read this Answer, in order that I may receive credit for my time, thanks. BONUSES & Positive Feedback Most appreciated!Please Note: I receive ZERO Credit until & unless you choose to ACCEPT my well thought-out Answer. REGARDSAMEDEE