Hold on a minute. It is not free on, it is freon, and your Neon contains no Freon. It contains R134a. Take this car to a professional and have the A/C serviced by someone who has the proper equipment, and knowledge to fix the leak, and properly charge the system. Otherwise, you may just ruin a perfectly good compressor and end up spending way more money. Take it to a pro.
read sticker on A/c unit should be there Rick ASE L-1 MAster TransMichigan.com
1.87 pounds R134
Why would you want to even consider doing this? R12 is no longer in production and as such it cost almost 4 times as much as R134. But to answer your question, use R12 in a R134 system and you will destroy the compressor as the oil is not compatible with R134 oil.
Uses no Freon which is R12. Uses R134 refrigerant.
First of all, you don't use R12. Rather, R134 which has the oil included.
Yes, it should have R134. Look on the A/C evaporator or on the compressor. it should be listed there.
If you are referring to automotive refrigerant, the answer is no. Neither refrigerant will work properly if mixed and might damage the compressor or other components.
If your vehicle is a 1994 or older is contains R12. 1995-96 It man contain R12 or R134. After 1996 it will contain R134. It is listed on a label near the compressor dryer. Engine size means nothing.
If the AC compressor is engaging it could be the heater control valve is stuck open. If the AC compressor is NOT engaging you probably have a problem with the controls, a sensor or the compressor.
Follow larger hose from air compressor usually by passenger side firewall near accumulator/drier
Jumped directly from the relay? Bad compressor clutch, bad relay, low or excess refrigerant.
The A/C compressor is driven by a belt attached to the engine which runs on gasoline. The A/C unit contains R134 refrigerant which is a gas.
R134 .... IS freon.
The 1992 GMC Suburban came from the factory with R12 not R134. Unless it is has been converted to use R134 you cannot simply add R134. If it has been converted you need to have the leak fixed before adding anything. It is illegal to add refrigerant to any system without first repairing the leak. How much it will hold depends on how much leaked out.
You need a set of gauges and a can tap and several cans of R134. The low preasure connector is on or close to the receiver dryer.
Your 96 should be a r134 car ( check inside the hood to be sure ) The recharge kit from a parts store is pretty self explanitory and can only be connected to the proper port ( they are different sizes ). Your low pressure port should be close to the compressor on the larger of the two sets of lines with a screw on cap ( probably green )
r134 a r134 a
Should be R134
Low refrigerant charge
Unless it has been converted, prior to 1996 it was Freon R12. After that it is R134, 134a, or a similar refrigrant. Look on the dryer or the compressor for more information.
I don't know what module you changed but it has nothing to do with the AC as far as I know. Does the compressor run? If it is running and you are getting no air the mix door in the heater may be stuck in the heat position, or the system may be low on r134. If the compressor does not run you may also be low on r134 but the clutch may be bad, the compressor may also be bad, also check the AC switch as it may be bad.
when you buy the new compressor it will be set up for the 134. Check to be sure, if not all you have to do is change the fittings to the hi and lo port. I HIGHLY recommend changing the filter-dryer and expansion valve as well as flushing the system.