find the low pressure line there will be two lines from the compressor the low pressure is the big one have a can of 134a and the hose to connect(wal-mart has this)start the car turn on the ac hook up the hose you may need more than one can of 134a
A Freon system on a 1993 Honda Accord uses a valve on the A/C hardline where a user can connect a A/C refill can. Following directions on the refill bottle will show how much Freon is needed to pressurize the system.
'91 Accord. If you are still using r12, its gonna cost about99 bucks a can. You'll find the ac fittings by the dryer (left front?) Dealers can install a conversion kit to the new freon for about 45 bucks, and the new freon is obviously much cheaper
You add freon to the a/c by using the low side, suction side (larger hose).............
Because they no longer use freon.
You add freon to the low side fitting,top front,on the ac compressor
You call a licensed contractor and have them check your system. If they determine that it needs freon, they can add the right punt.
R12-if it has ac of course.
Freon is added through the ac low pressure port. The port is located on the aluminum pipe on the ac line.
With the Freon and gauge connected to the low side ac port, start the engine. Turn ac on high, and add Freon till the gauge shows full.
Connect the freon can and a gauge to the low side AC port. With the AC on high and the engine running, open the freon valve. When the gauge reads full turn the freon off and unhook the gauge.
Your 1993 Toyota AC: is fuel by Freon. Freon and a recharge kit can be obtained from most auto-parts stores.
Connect a freon gauge and tank to the low side ac port of the 97 DeVille. With the engine running and the ac on high, open the freon valve. Shut the valve when the ac gauge reads full.
Freon is added in the low pressure port of the ac system. It is on an aluminum pipe on the passengers side, close to the ac drier.
You add refrigerant through the low side service port.
Using the proper type of freon and a gauge, connect to the low side ac port. With the engine running and the ac on high, add freon till the gauge shows full.
In the low side ac service port.
Find the low side ac port on the 1999 DeVille and connect an ac gauge and freon tank. Start the engine, turn the ac on high, and open the freon valve. Let the freon flow until the gauge reads full.
Most likely. You just need add Freon. Real easy an cheap fix. If your Freon is full and your AC still not working. Probably gonna be your AC pump. That's not a cheap fix.
Use a freon gauge and freon refill can. Connect the gauge to the low pressure ac port of the 2003 Stratus. With the engine running and ac on high, fill the system until the gauge shows full.
Freon is added through the low side ac pressure port. Connect the hose from the gauge and Freon and allow Freon to fill the system until the gauge shows full. The engine and ac need to be running during this process. Make sure to follow all directions on the Freon can.
either located on the firewall or one of the ac hoses
It came from the factory with R12 Freon. Unless it has been converted already. R12 is no longer in production and if very, very, expensive. Have the leak repaired and have it converted over to use R134.