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Need help recharging AC on Loyale!

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#1 Brettm57


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Posted 04 September 2003 - 06:57 PM

Can anyone give me some info on recharging the air conditioning system on a '92 Loyale? Such as where and how much oil do I add to the system? What pressures and temps do I look for to know that it is charged? I've never done one before, but my dad has, and is going to teach me how. He has all of the gauges and vacuum pumps, etc. He isn't real familiar with the R134 systems, and needs to know what the working pressures are. I hope someone can help me out.

PS: In case anyone wants to know, there was a hole in the condenser when I got the car, so I replaced it and want to recharge the system. I like my AC!

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