Z32 Air con compressor any difference between NA and TT Versions

Discussion in 'Technical' started by MIKEA, Sep 29, 2021.

  1. MIKEA

    MIKEA Member

    I have a 1991 300ZX TT model and need to replace the air con compressor.
    Does anyone know of any differences between the two compressors or are thet both the same version.

    Also does anyone know or a company that will do compressor rebuilds in Brisbane
     
  2. FITZ

    FITZ Member

    Replied in your wtb thread. Easiest way is to ring your local nissan spare parts, give them your VIN number, get the part number and compare.
     
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  3. MickW

    MickW Carntry member...

    Replied in your August 25th thread.
    https://aus300zx.com/index.php?threads/1991-300zx-twin-turbo-a-c-compressor.338927/

    Did you find any details about your AC compressor on its ID plate?
     
  4. MickW

    MickW Carntry member...

    I love giving my TT Zeds' VIN to the local Nissan dealer. We all do :)
     
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  5. chewy

    chewy Active Member

  6. MIKEA

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  7. MIKEA

    MIKEA Member

    FOR Chewy

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    We are wholesalers to the licensed automotive A/C repairers in Australia, so don’t supply to the public.
    Unfortunately we don’t rebuild A/C compressors, and don’t have access to one of this age.
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  8. MickW

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    I don't think we can help you any further mate, sorry.
     
  9. chewy

    chewy Active Member

  10. MIKEA

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  11. chewy

    chewy Active Member

    Hi Mikea, Do you know what the mounting differences are? Any photos?
     
  12. MIKEA

    MIKEA Member

    Hi Chewy
    This is the RHD version, the mounts are on the left hand side
    The 27630 number is I believe a Denso number as they supplied the units to Nissan .
    I enquired with Denso in Japan and they were want about AUD $1900 plus ex Japan
    Reese Kramm is a parts interepter from Jarrett Nissan in SA Phone 08 83392700 . He is really helpful in sourving Nissan 300 parts . But with compressors unable
    Cheers Mike
     

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  13. chewy

    chewy Active Member

  14. IB

    IB ?????

    I thought the difference was the hose locations? Given the both mount to the same side of the engine, why would the mounts be different?
     
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  15. rob260

    rob260 Administrator Staff Member

    They compressors are discontinued - if they (nengun) actually have one in stock that'd be something but if they're relying on drop shipping it from Nissan you're gonna be shit out of luck unfortunately
     
  16. MintZ32

    MintZ32 Active Member

    My understanding was also the hose mounting / location difference between usdm & jdm
     
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  17. MIKEA

    MIKEA Member

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    There are 2 versions, one for left hand drive cars and the other for right hsnd drive cars
     
  18. chewy

    chewy Active Member

    The difference appears to be the location of the ports on the compressor. The LHD one has them beside each other whereas the RHD one has them separated.


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  19. NI85

    NI85 Active Member

    Interesting. Looking at the FSMs
    1995 (downloaded) FSM: LHD is DKS-16H( Zexel make) Just hose routing differs for TT and NA
    1990 (downloaded) FSM: RHD is MJS170 (Hitachi make) shows only one hose layout
    MJS170 is what I removed from my TT car.
     
  20. chewy

    chewy Active Member

    Here's a better set of photos of the RHD A/C system http://www.z32photoguide.com/ac.html
    The MJS170 must be the core compressor part number as the same one is used on a 1985-88 Subaru XT and the hose pattern looks different. I think the full hitachi part number is MJS170-6FB. There's a manufacturer on Alibaba that claims to make them for $210 ($188 + $22 transaction fees) but the shipping is crazy a $550 - though the shipping cost stays the same for any number of units.
    https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/FOR-Nissan-Fairlady-Z-Compressor-Clutch_60690319711.html

    Does anyone have access to the a/c and provide some measurements on it.- like spacing between holes, overall length etc - as I may see if a Sanden one is close enough to fit and do custom hoses.
     

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