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      Cost me 400.00 to rebuild
      Not bad price. Just FYI, I found an aftermarket replacement. The OEM is a Sanden SD7H15. Napa parts has a replacement. That product number is: TWD MEI5709. It's a little north of $700. Just in case anyone was interested.

      If anyone likes, they can add this to the parts cross reference list.
       
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      Not bad price. Just FYI, I found an aftermarket replacement. The OEM is a Sanden SD7H15. Napa parts has a replacement. That product number is: TWD MEI5709. It's a little north of $700. Just in case anyone was interested.

      If anyone likes, they can add this to the parts cross reference list.
      Actwon, it's definitely a Sanden SD7H15, but there are many variations of that compressor for things like mounting brackets, pulley size, AC pipe hookups, clutch voltage, etc.

      The one you linked (which is $400) shows the wrong pulley, but everything else looks about right.

      Has anyone found the exact model number that drops in, and where to buy that model number? I think mine is leaking, and I can't get myself to pay $3K for a $400 compressor.

      Here is the data sheet with the options for the SD7H15:
      http://www.sanden.com/objects/Sanden Singapore SD7 Series Compressor Catalogue.pdf
       

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