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BMW 528i Replacement AC Compressor Information


BMW possesses a talent for striking looks that consistently gets noticed, and the look is matched by great performance. An investment in features that improve handling also improves performance in icy conditions. The best driving experience is dependent on the effortless functioning of several components. BMW 528i AC Compressors are found near the radiator so that the blowing air will cool the A/C fluid. Your AC Compressor relocates the AC coolant back to the condenser. Following cooling after being pumped by the AC Compressor, the cooling system puts the cool air into the inside of your car. Your AC Compressor enables the Freon to dissipate its heat, permitting the vehicle's air conditioning to work. A working AC Compressor will always revitalize the capacity of a car or truck's air temperature system, which acts to boost the comfort of your drive on a sweltering day. We here at PartsGeek.com know what it's like to take pride in your vehicle, and so we are dedicated to helping you find the right parts for the job.


BMW 528i AC Compressor They are available for the following BMW 528i years: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 00, 99, 98, 97. This part is also sometimes called BMW 528i Air Conditioning. We stock ac compressor parts for most BMW models including X5, 525i, 530i, 325i, 328i, 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 528i: Denso, UAC, Delphi, Spectra Premium, Four Seasons, Nissens and GPD.


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Your BMW 528i AC Compressor is one of the most important, if not the most important component of the vehicle's AC system. This is because it is responsible for pressurizing the Ac system and keeping the refrigerant flowing so as to function properly. Due to its continuous function on and off, it's normally subject to wear every time the AC is turned on. Just like any other component in your vehicle, it will eventually fail and need to be replaced. Usually, when your BMW 528i AC Compressor begins to fail, it will produce a few signs that will alert the driver of the potential problem. Your BMW 528i AC Compressor is responsible for pressurizing and distributing the coolant, therefore, if there is a problem with the compressor, then the rest of the AC will be affected.

Signs your BMW 528i AC Compressor needs replacing

One of the first signs that your BMW 528i AC Compressor may be having a problem is in case the Ac is no longer blowing as coldly as it once did. A damaged or failing compressor will not be able to properly regulate the refrigerant flow in the AC system, and as a result, the AC will not properly function. In case you can hear loud noises when the AC is switched on, then this is a symptom of a failing AC compressor. Just like any other accessory, your AC compressor has several interior components and uses a sealed bearing to turn. In case any of the interior components break then all sorts of noises will be produced as a result. A leaking or worn out bearing will normally produce a high pitched squealing or grinding noise or a noticeable belt squeal. However, due to the complexity and the nature of how the compressors are assembled, it's normally easier to replace the entire compressor. Another sign that you might be having a failing BMW 528i AC Compressor will be if the clutch is not moving. The clutch on your BMW 528i AC Compressor is what will allow the pulley to engage and disengage it from power so that the compressor is only being turned when it needs to. The clutch can seize, which will permanently keep the compressor activated, or it can break, which means the compressor will not be able to receive engine power. In some cases, the clutch itself can be replaced, but usually replacing the entire compressor is a much more efficient repair. Your BMW 528i AC Compressor is the heart of the AC system, in case you suspect that it might be having any issues, it's important to have it checked by a certified mechanic.

BMW 528i AC Compressor cost

A BMW 528i AC Compressor replacement cost between $643 and $801. The labor costs are estimated between $184 and $234 while the parts are priced between $459 and $567. It's advisable that you get a personalized quote that is based on your location, the make model and year of your car. When it comes to purchasing your BMW 528i AC Compressor replacement. It's advisable that you get it from a reliable and trusted retailer such as PartsGeek.com. We sell all BMW 528i auto parts and accessories exclusively online.


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Reviewer: baxcar

The AC compressor arrived as acheduled and is being installled this weeked. I purchased one 2 years ago (new but not OEM)and not from you but the clutch coil went bad. Not sure why nobody sells a clutch coil separately?? so I bought a new OEM compressor. Hopefully it will last more than 15 months.

2000 BMW 528i A/C Compressor

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This was my first experience with Parts Geek. It was a very good experience. It was easy to find the right part, The price was excellent, and the shipping was easy and on time.

1997 BMW 528i A/C Compressor

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Reviewer: bosch a/c perfect!

All I needed to get my a/c working again was this compressor and not the 2000 dollars the dealer wanted!

1997 BMW 528i A/C Compressor

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Reviewer: Miguel C

The Denso A/C compressor is great value, saving a few hundred bucks over a BMW OEM part and providing the same performance.

Parts Geek shipped the part expeditiously. My mechanic had no issues installing it.

1999 BMW 528i A/C Compressor