Of course you can. There are worldwide distributors of these chemicals. However, there are limitations on new manufacturing and importation, so substitutes are being found.
Freon is a brand name for CFC Refrigerants so the question in the US is are you EPA Certified-- then is it cost efficient.
If your air conditioner blows air but it's not cold air then you probably need freon in your air conditioner
Answering "Where do you add freon to your air conditioner in your ford ranger?"
Varies by vehicle usually 1-3 lbs.
29 dollars for refill
1lb 6oz is all u need
you use freon to cool your car and make the air conditioner work
Actually no technical skills needed to check the Freon level. Home central air conditioners have a Freon scale on it. One just need to read the scale and determine whether the level of Freon is sufficient.
Yes you can if you have the tool, knowledge, and of course the freon. Youtube has instructional videos to help you.
it simply means you have to add freon to ur air conditioner....you can buy freon at any auto parts store.
The refrigerant (freon) in any air conditioner should last the life of the unit. If not, you have a leak.
Low on charge or freon. Or a lack of air flow(fan motor doesn't work or the coils are blocked with dirt)
Your 1993 Ford Taurus air conditioning system has a Freon capacity of 5.5 pounds. You should never overfill the air conditioning Freon.
how do you charge the air conditioner on a 2000 neon
It compresses the freon gas.
It's out of freon or refrigerant.
3 3/4 pounds
Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.
Air conditioners manufactured between 1970 and 2010 use Freon as a coolant. Freon is scheduled to be phased out of usage by 2020. Newer air conditioner models use a different type of coolant.
after twelve thousand years, so don't worry
How do you charge the air conditioner on a 1992mazda mpv?
Depends on the size of the unit and when it was built. Modern A/C units contain no Freon (R12). It was banned in 1996. Call a home A/C professional.
2lbs. Should be on label top of accumulator