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BMW 525i Replacement AC Compressor Information


Knowing you'll get a trustworthy, historic BMW, you know you'll benefit from fantastic design. Commuting in dangerous weather over rough ground can be safer with optional components designed for better safety. There are many different options on the market in addition to after-market components that are able to add pleasure to your road trips. BMW 525i AC Compressors are installed next to the front of the vehicle so that the moving air can help cool down the A/C fluid. The AC Compressor permits the cooling fluid to dissipate its heat, enabling your air conditioning to operate. A properly performing AC Compressor can optimize the power of a car or truck's cooling system, which acts to improve the agreeableness of your ride on a hot summer day. Your AC Compressor relocates your air conditioning coolant to the condenser. Once the gas liquefies after being transferred to the condenser by the AC Compressor, the climate conditioning system puts the cold air into the cabin of the car or truck. A breakdown can cause a lot of stress, but a company like PartsGeek is here to help.


BMW 525i AC Compressor They are available for the following BMW 525i years: 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91. This part is also sometimes called BMW 525i Air Conditioning. We stock ac compressor parts for most BMW models including X5, 530i, 325i, 328i, 528i, 535i, 335i, X3, 545i, 318i, 530xi, 323i, M3, Z4, 740iL, 750Li, 330i, 645Ci, 328i xDrive, 525xi, 635CSi, 328xi, Z3, 740i, 650i, 550i, 540i, 318ti, 535xi, 528i xDrive, 745i, 330Ci, 750i, 325is, 735i, 745Li, 750iL, 128i, 325e and 325xi.

We stock these AC Compressor brands for the BMW 525i: Denso, UAC, GPD and Nissens.


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The air conditioning system in the BMW 525i will not work if you have a bad AC compressor. If the unit fails, then refrigerant will not be pressurized and pumped throughout the system. That's a very unfortunate situation since you won't be able to control the temperature inside the car. Compressors can be expensive to replace. If you shop online, you can find deals that land you a more affordable part so that repairs don't cause you to go broke.

Signs Your AC Compressor Is Failing and Needs Replacement

The AC compressor is essentially a mechanical pump driven by a clutch, so there are many potential failure points. Symptoms of trouble include a lack of cold air. You might set the temperature to a comfortable level, but that's not the results you will get. A failing BMW E60 AC compressor may also make a lot of noise. This can indicate a problem with parts inside the compressor, a bad belt, or a failed bearing or clutch. Sounds can range from high-pitched squeals to a loud grinding. If the clutch seizes, the compressor won't run or it may stay engaged. Both are often replaced together so BMW E60 AC compressor replacement involves both these parts, if not more. A major concern is if internal metal parts of the compressor break, in which case they can spread throughout the AC system and cause irreparable damage to other parts such as the evaporator, condenser, and hoses.

How to Replace an AC Compressor in a Car

Removing the old compressor and installing a new one takes some skill and experience. Eye protection is essential since you will be handling refrigerant. It's also important to follow state and federal guidelines for doing so. Removing an AC compressor requires taking off any hoses, fasteners, sensors, switches, or manifolds it is attached to. These are then re-attached to the new device when you install it. At the same time the 525i or the 2004 GMW 530i AC compressor is replaced, all AC components need to be flushed out. You'll likely have to replace dryers, accumulators, and expansion devices in addition to filters. A vacuum will have to be applied and AC oil and refrigerant will be needed too.

How Much Does It Cost to Replace a Compressor in an Air Conditioner?

Not counting BMW AC compressor clutch replacement, changing out a 2006 BMW 525i AC compressor will cost you from $1,221 to $1,512. The cost of labor is significant, but the part can cost well over $1,000. A compressor for a 2002 model tops out at under $1,200. Since the parts carry such a high expense, you can get a 2007 BMW 525i AC compressor or one for any model year vehicle for less at PartsGeek.com. Our savings come from the difference between an online supply model and that of a brick and mortar store. Operating costs are low, so we can pass on the savings for common auto parts and accessories. You may put off fixing the air conditioning due to high costs, but can spend a fraction of the price by ordering parts from our secure online catalog.


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Reviewer: David JB

Received my compressor faster than expected. It was $200 cheaper than the after market one quoted at my local auto parts. Works GREAT!!!!!

2007 BMW 525i A/C Compressor

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Reviewer: Could not find anywhere else

We could not find this compressor anywhere else due to the fact that it is for a 1990 BMW. We did have to modify the mounting slightly. Will let you know after driving it a while if it is a good quality unit or not.

1990 BMW 525i A/C Compressor

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Great price for a compressor. Would have had to pay 600. Definitely will shop at parts geek again

2004 BMW 525i A/C Compressor

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2004 BMW 525i A/C Compressor

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1995 BMW 525i A/C Compressor

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Reviewer: Good part

Its a good part. Just installed it havent really drove the car around.

2006 BMW 525i A/C Compressor