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About Volkswagen Golf Aircon Pulley

The car's air conditioning system works to condition the air, which means while cooling the air in the car down, it also helps to ensure there isn't too much moisture in the car, so it stops the air getting too humid. The car's air conditioning unit also cleans the air in the car by filtering the dust and other particles from the air inside the car.

The Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley  is part of the system that powers the aircon compressor, a vital part of the car's aircon system, and enables it to do its job. The car's aircon compressor is what pumps the refrigerant gas around the closed loop air conditioning system and works using an electric clutch and pulley system. Usually made from cast iron or alloy metal, the  Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley can be found at the front of the aircon compressor. The Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley fixes to the aircon compressor, which,  along with the clutch, turns the compressor on and off as and when cool air is needed.

The electronic clutch lets the pulley spin around when the aircon unit is not in use, but, when the aircon compressor is activated by the aircon switch, the clutch connects and the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley then powers the aircon compressor.

If you detect a rattling, grinding, screeching or howling type noise coming from the aircon compressor it is possible you have a problem with the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley, perhaps an issue  with the pulley bearing, which wear out eventually. You may also notice the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley wobbling when the car engine is running, which is a further indication that the aircon pulley could need replacing. If the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley fails and you have established that this is the only problem with the aircon compressor, then the cheap and relatively easy option is to replace just the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley and not the entire aircon compressor. If the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley freezes and stops working altogether, this can damage the serpentine belt which powers the system.  The serpentine belt also powers the car's cooling and charging units, so if there is a problem with this part, it's important to replace the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley as soon as possible to avoid any other damage.

The car's air conditioning system works to condition the air, which means while cooling the air in the car down, it also helps to ensure there isn't too much moisture in the car, so it stops the air getting too humid. The car's air conditioning unit also cleans the air in the car by filtering the dust and other particles from the air inside the car.

The Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley  is part of the system that powers the aircon compressor, a vital part of the car's aircon system, and enables it to do its job. The car's aircon compressor is what pumps the refrigerant gas around the closed loop air conditioning system and works using an electric clutch and pulley system. Usually made from cast iron or alloy metal, the  Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley can be found at the front of the aircon compressor. The Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley fixes to the aircon compressor, which,  along with the clutch, turns the compressor on and off as and when cool air is needed.

The electronic clutch lets the pulley spin around when the aircon unit is not in use, but, when the aircon compressor is activated by the aircon switch, the clutch connects and the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley then powers the aircon compressor.

If you detect a rattling, grinding, screeching or howling type noise coming from the aircon compressor it is possible you have a problem with the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley, perhaps an issue  with the pulley bearing, which wear out eventually. You may also notice the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley wobbling when the car engine is running, which is a further indication that the aircon pulley could need replacing. If the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley fails and you have established that this is the only problem with the aircon compressor, then the cheap and relatively easy option is to replace just the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley and not the entire aircon compressor. If the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley freezes and stops working altogether, this can damage the serpentine belt which powers the system.  The serpentine belt also powers the car's cooling and charging units, so if there is a problem with this part, it's important to replace the Volkswagen Golf aircon pulley as soon as possible to avoid any other damage.