you use freon to cool your car and make the air conditioner work
No. But you need to make sure the freon in the AC is full.
Connect the Freon bottle to the low pressure port on your air conditioning compressor. Release the Freon into the compressor. The purchase of a Freon recharge kit will make the process quite simple.
Yes a heat pump reverses the function of an air conditioner. Like any refrigerant system if a Technician says "it needs Freon", make sure the leak is repaired first.
Freon is a brand name for various air conditioner refrigerants. Make sure you have the right refrigerant for the vehicle. Refrigerant is added to the low pressure port of the system, which is located 6 inches from the accumulator.
R-12 which is very dangerous. And they don't make it anymore. You need to have what freon is left in it flushed out and then get the kit to switch it over to be able to use 134A. You can get the kit and freon at walmart or pepboys or autozone or whatever local parts store you use.
Begin by connecting your Freon bottle to the low pressure port on the top of your air-conditioner compressor. Release the Freon into the compressor. A recharge kit will make this process extremely simple.
The air conditioner will create extra heat. So if it's really hot to begin with turning on the AC will only make it harder on your cars cooling system. If you haven't had your coolant flushed/thermostat changed in a long time you might want to try that. Also make sure there are no obstructions in front of the radiator.
Neither should go in your air conditioner! I assume you mean the radiator which has coolant, but this is not an air conditioner and will not make your air in the car blow cold. If you need coolant for the coolant system then the type of coolant depends on the make and model of the car. However, it is ALL anti-freeze. That is what DEX cool is, but Dex cool is for specific engines. In general, most engines that I have come across will take DEX. What type of car and what year is it?
Make sure it's draining properly. Condensate, if it is allowed to remain stagnant, builds up an odor. If you have built up mould in the evaporation coil, you may need to have it professionally cleaned. Freon has no odor.
It may be out of the coolant or a bad wire. The fuse could be the issue as well.
It is low on freon.
Some cars have a sensor in the reserve tank that sticks or the sensor on the engine is gone. Get a manual for you make and it will show the locations.
maybe it's low on freon or its just tooo hot out side did you make sure temp. setting is where you want it?
Connect your Freon bottle to the low pressure port on your 1998 Chevy S 10 Blazer air conditioning compressor. Discharge the Freon into the compressor. A recharge kit will make this process quite simple.
ding freon will make it colder, only if freon is low. if freon is low you have a freon leak so adding will be wasting time and money. more likely to need a new ac temp thermostat, which is no big deal to change
An air conditioner is used to cool the inside of a dwelling. Some might suggest the use of an air conditioner can contribute to climate change, due to the gases they run on. New units run on HCFC coolants, which are more environmentally friendly than the previously used CFC coolant.
Need to know a make and model, both of the chassis, and the RV body manufacturer. RVs come in many shapes and sizes, and will have different specs for their AC systems.
Yes I have a room size air conditioner made by Panasonic model # CW-C60RU I would like to know what kind of coolant it needs
Yes if the thermostat doesn't close coolant will not reach normal operating temperature - therefore vehicle will run cold and not produce adequate cabin heat
Replace your cabin air filter.
The low pressure port on the right (passenger) side of the vehicle near the fire wall. The port is very near the coolant recovery tank. Make sure you do not turn the freon can upside down and pour in liquid while the engine is running or you will junk your pump.
The 2.5 Acura has several parts that make up the AC system. The compressor, condenser, cooling radiator, and the inside of the cab core along with the hoses and freon all make up the cooling system.
freon might be the problem, call some local garages to get some prices on a tune-up, they should charge around $40.
Freon. In most of them nowadays, it is Freon 134-A.
Check the Freon pressure. Also check to make sure that the ac relay is not going bad or the temp sensor inside of the car is working correctly.