Does a 1996 mustang v6 come stock with freon or R134a?
R-134a is a type of freon. All Mustangs from 1994 and later use this type. Older models came with R-12.
None as there is no Freon in a 1996 vehicle. This vehicle uses R134a refrigrant instead of R12 Freon. The amount needed depends on how much is missing. The proper guage is used to determine how much to install. I suggest you have it installed by a professional. Actually, "freon" is not exclusive to R12 - "Freon" is a name trademarked by DuPont for a range of CFC and HFC refrigerants manufactured by them (including…
"Freon" is a registered trademark of DuPont - thus, DuPont is the only brand of "Freon" there is. If you're asking what type of refrigerant, the XL7 entered production in 1996, by which point, it was mandated that automotive systems use R134a refrigerant. It can be from another manufacturer - it's doesn't have to be DuPont brand.
If if it a 1995 or older then it came with R12 installed. 1996 can be R12 or R134. 1997 up, it has R134/R134a. If you suspect it had R12 look for a label somewhere on the A/C unit signifying it has been converted. If you find it has R12 and is leaking and needs repairing, after the leak is repaired, convert it to R134a. R12 is far too expensive to use.
the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. This guy has no idea what he is saying. Mustang @ crank meaning all out 193 camaro 200 stock and about 210 @ crank So do the math camaro
Take it to a professional. You have neither the tools nor the knowledge to does this properly. You also have a leak that needs fixing, or you wouldn't need to add refrigerant in the first place. This vehicle may have R12 or may have R134. If it has R12, I would convert it to R134a. R12 is very expensive.