Ford F150 A/C Compressor

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About
Ford F150 A/C Compressor

Your Ford F150 is as versatile as it is reliable. It may not have many seats, but it's a perfect heavy-duty hauler. When you need to get a job done but you're stuck in traffic during hot weather or there was an unexpected frost overnight, replacing your Ford F150 AC compressor is what you need to do.

The common myth of the air conditioning compressor is that it's only needed to cool you down when rolling your windows down isn't enough. In fact, it's responsible for heating and ventilating as part of your defrosting cycle. A working F150 air conditioning compressor is handy in all weather. Whether it's for comfort or visibility, order an AC compressor for your F150 from AutoZone online so you can save valuable time and money. Same Day Store Pickup and trustworthy advice provided by helpful staff is exactly what you get when you shop with AutoZone.

Beat the Heat in your Ford F150 With a New Compressor
Your Ford F150 works hard to bring you where you need to go and get the job done. When that work is in 100-degree weather, you'd better hope that you've kept up with the AC maintenance. If your Ford is spewing out Saharah-level heat when you're looking for a cool breeze, it's time to look into finding the best AC compressor for Ford F150.

Part of the Whole
Air conditioner units are one of those things that vehicle owners don't think about until they need it. Using multiple components to blow sweet relief throughout the cab, AC units need all of their parts in good working order or they simply won't function.

Refrigerant, or the gas most associated with these cooling units, runs through the valves, pumps and hoses to provide cooling. This gas is useless if there is no compressor to regulate the airflow and pump coolant around. When the Ford F150 air conditioning compressor goes, there's no way to circulate refrigerant, leaving you little relief from extreme temperatures.

When In Need
A faulty compressor is no joke when faced with intense heat while waiting in traffic or headed home from a hot day on the job. There are a few ways you can tell if the air compressor isn't doing its job. These include:

- Knocking or unusual noises while the compressor is running
- No cooling in the cab
- Obvious physical damage when looking at the unit
- Damaged belts not allowing the compressor to activate
- No movement with the compressor clutch


While a coolant leak in the AC unit can cause some of these problems, usually a visual inspection of the compressor will let you know if it needs replacing. Replacing coolant is an easy fix and is also an excellent first step when diagnosing the problem yourself.

A Perfect Fit
Autozone makes it easy to find the right ac compressor for your Ford F150. Simply insert your vehicle's make, model and year into the forms on our website and you'll be shown a host of models compatible with Ford's finest.

We have the best prices on the highest quality compressors on the market today. When making AC repairs, you want to be sure the components you receive are the best available today. We carry brands like:

- ACDelco
- Delphi
- Denso
- Everco
- UAC
- Four Seasons


These parts are vetted by the OEM to work with your Ford F150, and many of our compressors include all of the components necessary to perform a complete repair including gaskets, O-rings and fittings.

Buy parts online for next-day delivery or pickup and a local Autozone location, or stop in one of our stores today to get you hands on in-stock components. When you purchase AC compressors for cars and trucks from Autozone, your Ford F150 will be back to pumping cool air in no time.

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Great OEM replacement, but tough to access.

Mark

in 2 months

Getting the old failed compressor out was a major feat. Watching multiple YouTube videos helped, but ultimately finesse and wrangling got it out. The new part fit back in easier than the old one came out...but then you have to try and get it bolted. The top bolt must be pre-inserted into the compressor before positioning it into it's correct mounting location. Holding this heavy part overhead trying to get bolts started while keeping the top bolt from sliding out is like conducting a 3-ring circus! Once you get it mounted/sorted, then you get to try and re-connect the refrigerant line block. With the right combination of extensions/wobble sockets, you can barely access the refrigerant block bolt from above by coming down from near the battery tray. Tighten slowly, constantly checking for alignment of the lines and o-rings before final tightening. I had a leak and had to loosen and re-tighten the block to get it correctly seated.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Ford F150 Lariat 5.4L 4WD

Getting the old failed compressor out was a major feat. Watching multiple YouTube videos helped, but ultimately finesse and wrangling got it out. The new part fit back in easier than the old one came out...but then you have to try and get it bolted. The top bolt must be pre-inserted into the compressor before positioning it into it's correct mounting location. Holding this heavy part overhead trying to get bolts started while keeping the top bolt from sliding out is like conducting a 3-ring circus! Once you get it mounted/sorted, then you get to try and re-connect the refrigerant line block. With the right combination of extensions/wobble sockets, you can barely access the refrigerant block bolt from above by coming down from near the battery tray. Tighten slowly, constantly checking for alignment of the lines and o-rings before final tightening. I had a leak and had to loosen and re-tighten the block to get it correctly seated.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Ford F150 Lariat 5.4L 4WD

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Nice and cold

Tim

in 3 months

The only place in town that had the right part for my vehicle and AC pump and it worked great was easy to put in you ever need one they carry them I've tried every other place and they don't have them works great thanks guys

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1991 f150 Ford truck

The only place in town that had the right part for my vehicle and AC pump and it worked great was easy to put in you ever need one they carry them I've tried every other place and they don't have them works great thanks guys

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1991 f150 Ford truck

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brand new..better than reman..trust me

tommy

in 7 months

this one has already lasted 2 times longer than the reman counterpart...pay the difference in price

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 86 ford f150

this one has already lasted 2 times longer than the reman counterpart...pay the difference in price

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 86 ford f150