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Old 04-08-2017, 12:05 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where the hell I can find an AC dual pressure switch that screws into the drier/ receiver, 2 wire for the 96 KA24E 2.4?

If so, PLEASE tell me. Similar to what I uploaded...
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Old 04-08-2017, 02:30 AM   #2
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man i dont understand why this thing is so hard to find. when i replaced mine 3 years ago it was a simple google search and i had it in 4 days. im looking.........
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Nissan Part No.: 92139-59G00



rockauto has 3 remaining. i suggest you jump all over it right now. here is a 5 percent off code for rockauto. 5746561351251401

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http://www.rockauto.com/en/parts/gpd...re+switch,4656



here is the diagram of the ac system.

https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/part...139-59g00.html
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How the blue hell did you find that? I looked all over for that damn thing.
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https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/

that is a very good parts site. i found a diagram on another one, but it listed the entire drier and switch as one assembly which was no longer available as one unit. go figure. i had to just keep digging and digging.
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since you have to depressurize the system to change that switch, you might as well install a new drier. its strongly recommended once the system is opened and exposed to atmospheric air. the dessicant absorbs moisture in the freon, and im sure the humidity is high in florida. it will hurt the cooling ability.
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HAAAAHHAAAA It's MINE, ALL MINE!!! Thanks man. I've been searching high and low for that damn thing. I checked Rock auto half a dozen times for that and I never found it.

At least when it comes in, I can set it off to the side in my truck, order the new gaskets I need for it, evac the system and replace all the rings to make it run like new. Right now, it's rigged like crazy. I have the plug removed from the switch, a paperclip crossing the pins, then a wire running to the negative terminal to ground it. I had to run an aftermarket toggle since the old switch was done but I made it work.. Now that pressure switch is mine, just have to wait for it. Again, THANKS big time!
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since you have to depressurize the system to change that switch, you might as well install a new drier. its strongly recommended once the system is opened and exposed to atmospheric air. the dessicant absorbs moisture in the freon, and im sure the humidity is high in florida. it will hurt the cooling ability.

I'll have to work on it slowly but sure. I can get the drier here locally for under 20.00 brand new. Just have to evacuate the system at work then I can replace all that crap and change out the gaskets too.
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Rock Auto is now out of GPD 1711475. In fact some b*stard grabbed the last one while I was trying to buy it.
At least I found it on another site and grabbed that one which was also the last one.
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Rock Auto is now out of GPD 1711475. In fact some b*stard grabbed the last one while I was trying to buy it.
At least I found it on another site and grabbed that one which was also the last one.
My bad dude. I spent 4 days trying to figure out where the hell that damn thing was. One thing is I can fix and diagnose, but I have a helluva time finding shit.
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