cost to replace condensor and compressor on 2008 honda crv?

Asked by Jun 12, 2017 at 11:32 AM about the 2008 Honda CR-V EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

air died...being told compressor died due to condenser going first..being told my car is notorious for this...(96 K, 10 years old)

what should it cost?

2 Answers

299,625

$700-$1100 at a ASE certified shop.

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Dealer cost for the compressor is for the OEM Denso compressor is $716. Dealer cost for a Honda OEM condensor from Honda $443. You would need to have the refrigerant recovered, the system flushed, the receiver drier replaced (OEM $25) , system evacuated and leak-tested, and refilled with R-134a (about $200). Labor to replace the components would run about $450 or so (minimum), for a total of $2200 or so. You could buy cheap Chinese junk like someone suggested and maybe get away for $1100 if quality and longevity is not a factor, For instance, it would be OK to get a system working for a quick resale. Overall, expect a dealer cost around $2200, but if you don't care about what you put in your car, go ahead and cheap-out by getting an ebay compressor for $120, a condensor for $100, a receiver/drier for $100, and have them installed an running for the $1100 or so.

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