I've been hesitating to say anything. But all of these people are right. I did what you are trying to do, replace one thing at a time. Eventually, I gave up. When the compressor goes back, it will still "engage", but nothing will happen. When it goes bad, it sends junk into the system, which always clogs up the expansion valve and potentially the condenser. Opening the system at all to the air requires a new drier. And the problem is that you can't just test it easily, you have to get a full vacuum and fill every time you mess with it, and then a professional drain to open it back up. So in the end, it's always best to just do it all at once. New compressor, new expansion valve, new condenser, new drier. Then make sure it's all sealed up, and put in the freon with dye after a good vacuum.
i understand this, the problem i dont have the money to do all that, i can buy the compressor and replace it myself, but i dont know about the condenser and all that other stuff, if i had the money i would replace the whole system, no prob, but i just cant afford it right now.
Whats the worse that can happen me putting in a new compressor to my system the way it is now? i dont understand too well how ac systems work, so can put it a new compressor and then possibly have that mess up again along with everything else?