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a610 AIR CON COMPRESSOR

Postby jagcat12 » Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:33 am

Does anyone have th parts number of the air con compressor on a 1993 A610 ,I think I have found a source for new ones.
The number I have of the website is Renault 7711163675 TYPE : TRS090


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Re: a610 AIR CON COMPRESSOR

Postby mettersl » Mon Jul 09, 2018 9:28 pm

Hi Jagcat...didn’t you have a thread about this last year?
By this you mean the sanden number? Sadly not, but it’s a simple enough set of choices.
The TRS 090 is a family of compressors.(TRF 090 are for the older gas and need an oil change to work with134.
You need a counter clockwise version (tthere are two rotation types ) with a 6v? serpentine belt pulley.
The other choice is the electrical connection, the 610 uses a simple single wire bullet connector so that can be changed if you have the wrong one,
The core compressor is used on lots of cars , it’s the rotation direction, pulley and cable that makes it a 610 part. The one in the picture has the right pipe outlets and direction of rotation but I will swap the drive pulley from the old pump or get a new one.
Good luck hunting, it shouldn’t take too long although you may have to buy the clutch and pulley separately from the compressor.
Good luck.
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Re: a610 AIR CON COMPRESSOR

Postby r5gordini » Wed Jul 11, 2018 12:40 pm

Lee - that compressor doesn't look right - the mounting lugs go across the compressor in your picture but the A610 one has ears. If I have happened upon the compressor that Dave has found, it looks very promising!

I'm tempted to order one...

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Re: a610 AIR CON COMPRESSOR

Postby jagcat12 » Wed Jul 11, 2018 3:46 pm

Hi

I have spoken to the French company who do this and it is a straight replacement for the A610 see link
https://www.ecoclim.net/en/compressor/s ... detail.php
The photo is exactly the same as the compressor on my car.




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Re: a610 AIR CON COMPRESSOR

Postby mettersl » Wed Jul 11, 2018 6:59 pm

Hmm..
My 610 is at rats..but I had a look at my pictures...you are right, the compressor I have has the wrong end plates as well as pulley.
I'm now puzzled as my first a610 AC compressor unbolted from underneath..or my memory is fallible..probably the latter.
Need to get sourcing...but I'll not spend 495 on one...how about this...
https://tvr-parts.com/tvr-parts/part-de ... compressor

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Re: a610 AIR CON COMPRESSOR

Postby jagcat12 » Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:41 am

That's interesting re TVR luckily my daughter has a TVR Tuscan speed 6 so will have a look when I can.Also been in touch with TVR re the compressor awaiting reply



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Re: a610 AIR CON COMPRESSOR

Postby r5gordini » Tue Jul 17, 2018 1:55 pm

Niiice on the TVR compressor - it certainly looks good. Any update from them?

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