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1994 Chevy Lumina freon type?


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Freon is R12. Your 1997 Chevy uses R134 Refrigerant.

1994 Ford Explorers came with 1lb 8oz (24oz) of R134A freon.

depends on the engine size and the transmission type.

Says it on the oil cap.

It depends on the year and witch type of freon you have but on a 2003 model it will take 1.6 pounds of R134a freon................

The 1994 Ford Escort LX uses R-134a Freon. This type of refrigerant was used in all Ford Escorts from 1994 through 2002.

Freon is the brand of a type of refrigerant. A 1994 Toyota 4Runner uses R-134a type refrigerant which is the modern fluid used in air-condition systems.

A 1994 Buick Regal Custom uses 134a refrigerant, not freon.

It will be on the compressor also the quantity needed to fill it if it is completely empty. It is 134.

The 1994 Toyota uses are R-136 Freon. The air conditioning compressor Freon capacity is five pounds. The manufacturer recommends you never overfill the air conditioner compressor.

Was built for R12, can be converted to R134a.

It is listed in your owners manual. If you don't have one call a Chevy dealer.

Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.

It takes R134a freon, that's it, no special type..........

i want to know what type of antifreeze does 1994 chevy camaro

Most 1994 vehicles used Freon 12 in the AC system, but they can be easily converted to the more affordable (and much more available) 134A refrigerant.

it uses R12 but it should be converted to R134

R-134a is a type of freon. All Mustangs from 1994 and later use this type. Older models came with R-12.

All LH body(Chrysler Concorde, Chrysler LHS, Dodged Intrepid, Eagle Vision and 1994 and on Chrysler New Yorkers) car take R-134A freon

The type of transmission that is compatible with a 1994 Chevy is going to depend on the model. Every model has a specific motor which requires a specific type of transmission.

Standard automotive freon WARNING the stuff is VERY EXPENSIVE! You might want to look into converting it to R-134A type refrigerant. It is a lot cheaper due to the federal regulations of freon.

Should be a 3.1 V6 in the car. If so...Fram PH3387A

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