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Just recently bought a 93 na mr2 and the ac isn’t working. I’ve tried to find a new condenser but it seem to be discontinued. I was wondering is there any other condenser that is compatible to these cars? The condenser on the car right now has a slight bend which I’m thinking isn’t holding the refrigerant. Previous owner said he charged it but the next day it was all out.

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Leak check the parts before you start switching them. Jumping to conclusions will set you up for a world of grief. For example, the leak is often a pinhole in one of the long pipes under the car, and if so, you would want to know that up front.
 

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Leak check the parts before you start switching them. Jumping to conclusions will set you up for a world of grief. For example, the leak is often a pinhole in one of the long pipes under the car, and if so, you would want to know that up front.
Thanks I’ll def check that out
 

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The one I bough had a manufacturing date code on it from 2018. Makes me think batches are still actively being produced.

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Do you manage to have the part number?

It's either 8846017060 if your car came with R12


or 8846017080 if your car came with R134A from the factory.


Definitely give them your VIN number to confirm which part is right prior to buying. It's not clear to me where the cutoff is for R12/R134A and a lot of cars that have been converted to R134A are done well making it hard to tell for sure if it was factory or not.
 

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It's either 8846017060 if your car came with R12


or 8846017080 if your car came with R134A from the factory.


Definitely give them your VIN number to confirm which part is right prior to buying. It's not clear to me where the cutoff is for R12/R134A and a lot of cars that have been converted to R134A are done well making it hard to tell for sure if it was factory or not.
Thank you!! Did you order straight from toyota?
 
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