r12 is the original refrigerant on a 1993 model year Prizm r12 is the original refrigerant on a 1993 model year Prizm
1994 and later is R134a1993 and before was R121994 and later is R134a1993 and before was R12
Freon is R12. Your 1997 Chevy uses R134 Refrigerant.
I would be surprised if it was anything but R12
R-134 should be the refrigerant as R12 was banned in 1996.
OEM refrigerant which came installed in 1993 was Freon R12. I suggest you convert it to R134a if it has not already been converted. R12 is far to expensive.
A 1993 Toyota 4Runner uses R12 refrigerant. The 1993 Toyota 4Runner requires 30 ounces of R12 for all engine types.
The type of refrigerant that an E 34 needs is R12 refrigerant. It is absolutely necessary that you do not put any other type of refrigerant into a R12.
It came with R12 Freon. As R12 is cost prohibitive, have the unit converted to R134a refrigerant or a similar substitute.
A 1987 Chevy Blazer uses R12 refrigerant as shipped from the factory. Most have been converted to the more environmentally friendly R134a.
There should be a fitting with a screw top on it somewhere in the AC hose in the engine compartment. Use R134A, not R12
There is no need to ever change the refrigerant which is R134 and not Freon R12.
Chevy switched from R12 to R134a for the model year 1994. Your truck should be R134a.
I have personally seen and looked under the hood of a 1994 Chevrolet S10 Blazer (original 1st gen boxy body-style) that came from the factory with R12. It had been converted to R134a at some point, but it had all of the original labels under the hood that said "R12", "Charge R12", and R12 refrigerant under high pressure", etc. This particular 1994 S10 Blazer that I saw was manufactured in October 1993. Any S10 Blazer manufactured before October 1993 more than likely has R12. I also looked a 1994 Chevy K3500 with the turbo diesel engine that had R134a from the factory. This particular truck was manufactured in December 1993. This would indicate that GM started using R134a in its trucks in November or December 1993.
All vehicles after 1993 I believe use R-134a
It may have been built with R12, it will need retrofitted to R134a.It may have been built with R12, it will need retrofitted to R134a.
It came from the factory charged with R12 Freon. As this refrigerant is extremely expensive and hard to find, I suggest you convert it over to R134 Refrigerant.
Well, R12 is, yes.
Ford went to R134A in 1994 and up. 1993 and below are R12.
1994 Mercury villagers come factory charged with R134a refrigerant. Vehicles built 1993 or prior were charged with R12 for note.