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I'm pretty sure that someone picked up condenser with dryer very cheap from ECP with one of their discount codes.
 

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They also have a related company that often sell the same parts cheaper. Car Parts for Less rings a bell.

I got my condensor with drier built in from my local auto factor. It's recommended to replace the drier too, if you locate the parts separately.

Check the Lings Honda website for your model/year. Then remove '_pfk' from the URL and refresh to get the Honda part number.
 

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The words 'cheap' and 'good quality' rarely go together! :)

I've just done my condenser/dryer and I hunted around for the best deal. ECP came in around £75-£85 using one of their regular discount codes.......GFS were asking £212 for their's with a two day wait as it had to be ordered. A mate of mine recommended a local motor factor who supplied one off the shelf for £155 but it came with a lifetime warranty......that's the one I went for. :)

I think the Honda A/C condensers all come with the dryer attached by the way.
 

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How can i get discount code

I get them on a weekly basis it seems! :) Join their mailing list or go onto the ECP website and sign up as a new account customer, order something, put it in the basket but don't pay for it. I'm willing to bet that within 24 hours you'll get an email offering a 20% or 30% discount if you complete the order! :)

Best I've ever had was a 'Crazy Bank Holiday Promotion' where they gave me a code for 65% everything on the website excluding a couple of special order items.
 

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i m sure i should be able swap it over my self ( condenser ) but do i need anything elese new o ring etc ?! i do have set of o ring Green ! any good Thanks


 

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i do have set of o ring Green ! any good Thanks
A/C o rings should be made of Hydrogenated Acrylonitrile Butadiene Rubber.......if the ones you have are then they'll be fine to use! Just remember to lubricate them with the specialist A/C grease when you re-assemble the system.
 
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