Jeep is Not Cool

Jeep is Not Cool

This bulletin applies to 2011 Jeep Wrangler vehicles equipped with a 2.8L engine and air conditioning, built between Jan. 4, 2011, and Jan. 7, 2011.

If the air conditioning system is inoperative, inspect the A/C compressor serial number. Locate the number on the rear of the compressor. If the number starts with “010” it will be necessary to replace the A/C compressor.

Check the serial number code on the compressor. If it starts with “010,” replace the compressor.
Check the serial number code on the compressor. If it starts with “010,” replace the compressor.

The problem may be caused by scratches on the compressor shaft at the seal location. Replacing the A/C compressor will correct the issue.

PART NO.                             ITEM

55111401AF…………………A/C compressor

82300101AB…………………R-134A refrigerant

05114554AB…………………VC-PAG 46 lubricant

Last modified onThursday, 08 December 2016 07:45

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