R12 134A pre 1996 is r12, after is r134
No , it's R134-a
R134 _ Well Mine did
It came from the factory with R12. Unless it has already been converted which you will know by a sticker placed somewhere on the system, I would most definitely have it repaired and then converter over to R134. R12 is just too expensive to consider using.
This is the transition year. It can be R12 or R134. It is listed on the unit. The fact that R12 is no longer being produced makes it extremely expensive. Convert it to R134.
Unless it has been converted to R134, the OEM refrigerant installed in 1991 was R12 Freon. I suggest you have it converted to R134 if it has not already been done.
It came from the factory with R12. Due to the high cost of R12, I would have it converted to R134.
R12 It is not produced anymore. Have to covert to R134.
Uses no Freon which is R12. Uses R134 refrigerant.
The original freon (refrigerant) in the 1989 Dodge Dynasty's was R12. The amount of R12 it was supposed to use was 32 ounces. R12 freon is no longer available because of environmental concerns. Most such systems were converted to use R134 or R134A refrigerant, which is much less efficient in terms of cooling. Another type of refrigerant that is still available (which is better than R134) is called Envirosafe.
You do not want to buy Freon as it is very, very, expensive. Have the leak repaired, the system purged of all Freon R12 and the oil. Have it converted over to R134 refrigerant. You cannot just add R134 as the oil used in R12 is not compatible with R134. You will be money ahead by converting it.
Freon is R12. Your 1997 Chevy uses R134 Refrigerant.
There is no need to ever change the refrigerant which is R134 and not Freon R12.
A 1986 Ford Bronco II would use R12 unless it has been converted
It takes R134. R12 is no longer used in vehicles produced around 1990 and newer. Every vechicle from 95 and on uses R134A. Some cars may have even started converting over to r134 as early as 93 but officially EVERY VEHICLE from 95 and on has r134
it could be either or if its R-12 it needs to be converted
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.
94 went to r134. but if it is really a 93 chassis, I wouldn't know I think that was the change over year from r12 to r134
Yes, it came from the factory with R12. R12 was used up until late 1995. I suggest you convert it over to R134.
It came from the factory equipped with R12 Freon. I suggest you convert it to R134 Refrigerant. R12 is no longer produced and is very expensive if you can find it.
R12 was used up until 1992. R134 Is what is used now, and you can even check to see if yours was converted from R12 To R134A
It came from the factory with R12. I suggest you have the leak fixed and the R12 removed. Then have it converted over to use R134. R12 is far too expensive to be cost effective to install today, even if you can find it. it is no loner in production and may be very hard to find. R134 is readily available.
You would have to replace the orifice tube, accumulator or receiver-drier (which one you have depends on what type of AC system you have), as well as remove all of the R12 refrigerant, and you'd have to replace the compressor oil with PAG.