A/C Clutch Going Bad?
When diagnosing air conditioning problems in your Foxbody, checking the a/c compressor clutch is always a good start. The clutch is attached to the front of your compressor and engages the compressor when your a/c is turned on. The assembly houses the pulley that the accessory drive belt rides on. When these go bad, your clutch can chatter, clank, and make other various noises. The clutch will also not engage to the compressor keeping your system from blowing cool air. This can easily be checked by watching the clutch while your a/c system is turned on.
High Quality Replacement
Don't let a faulty clutch keep you from cooling down in those hot summer months. Pick up this direct replacement from Latemodel Restoration. Unlike other remanufactured models, this clutch is a brand new replacement to keep your 1982-1993 Mustang blowing cold air for years to come! This kit features a new A/C clutch assembly and all of the necessary hardware needed for installation.
Had a problem with an order/quality issue. I put up a review stating so, and was contacted by Mike Linley, who was soooo nice and sooo professional, I almost felt bad about my review !! I felt the review was necessary because of bad welds/paint. Mike explained that they had a particular issue with that supplier and they had changed suppliers because of it. I must have mistakenly got an old set. (upper/lower Control arms-Foxbody). Mike asked a few questions, and was Sending me an updated replacement set while we were on the phone.!!! This is what I wish all Vendors would do; no arguments, no blame, no B.S. !! This is why LateModel stands out as an upstanding company, and backs up their products with AWESOME Customer service. Very rare in this day and age, and because of this I will be a customer for life, and will spread the good word ! Great to know some honest and Classy companies still operate in the good ol' USA. Thanks LateModel, and Thanks Mike !!! I look forward to seeing the New LCA'S and will review them too...You guys did the right thing and should and I'm overly impressed!