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    Default 307 A/C condenser

    A rock of some sort has just bust mine and my a/c is now kaput

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    It's $300 for a new one + regas, just wondering if anyone has one lying around...

    It's must be from a HDI model the petrol ones have a different layout were the pipes go into it, thanks!

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    You could fix your condensor using any number of products such as Devcon , Epoxy , etc.

    Have seen many long lasting repairs using 5 minute Epoxy.
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    Matt: Genuine Peugeot 307 Air Con Condenser 6455AA | eBay
    If they won't post for a sane price, please let me know - I have to bring out a rad and condenser myself ASAP; one more in the shared box won't be too costly (I'd guess $70-80 postage).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt2905 View Post
    A rock of some sort has just bust mine and my a/c is now kaput

    It's $300 for a new one + regas, just wondering if anyone has one lying around...

    It's must be from a HDI model the petrol ones have a different layout were the pipes go into it, thanks!

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    We will have one, we are wrecking quite a few 307 HDi's but need a VIN to confirm a match. There is quite a few difference versions of 307 HDi.
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    They have a built in RD dont' they ... How are you going to change the desiccant in the drier if you don't fit a new condenser
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    It's a desiccant inside and water can normally be driven off a desiccant by heating. Possibly not worth it when new is $300, but in theory one might consider flushing it, applying a vacuum and carefully heating it. A good A/C or fridge technician should be able to solder such a small defect, but not really worth their trouble give the value. Injecting a 2-part product into the hole might be the pragmatic solution, provided it doesn't block the tube, especially when it's one of those designs with just a few multi-pass tubes.
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