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Old 06-26-2019, 11:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok so I have 2 civics, one is in need of an AC compressor. It is a 1999 civic LX but has been swapped before I purchased to a B18C JDM gsr motor
Not sure what AC compressor to buy if anyone can help
I know it has an AC bracket stamped P72

Not sure if d or b are different at all
Getting too hot with a little one to haul around

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Seems to me you would go with the AC Compressor for the car the engine came out of or one of the same block.

So a 99 Integra might be your go to.

Use a part store to compare the two see what the differences are.

But I have no clue what would work best just my 2 cents on what I would try.

Do you have the factory compressor for your car? If so have you tried checking to see if it will mount up?

The part numbers between the 99 integra and the 99 civic are different but not sure what is different about them.
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I do not have the d series motor one unfortunately. I agree thinking the B motor would be choice but wanted to make sure before ordering one up
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