Don't. Real Freon ("R-12") is very expensive as it is no longer manufactured or imported into the USA. Take your vehicle to a licensed auto AC shop and have your system converted to R-134a. Also have any other service it needs done now. You can buy a kit that has a can of R-134a and a gauge and hose fittings to recharge your systems, including the Toyota after it is converted to R-134a.
When you are going to add Freon to a Toyota Camry, you need to know which type to add. You will need to put the Freon recharging coupler to the recharging kit, and get the engine to operating temperature. When the engine is at operating temperature put the air conditioning on the lowest setting and recharge the Freon with the windows of the car rolled down.
Take it to an expert. You are not qualified nor do you have the equipment to do this.
You don't. If it needs refrigrant, it has a leak. Take this to a professional. You have neither the tools nor the expertise to repair.
you can use r134 freon add a/c oil
I can't add it
You should use three liters of coolant in the Camry. If there is still room to add more fluid, then add water.
Freon is a very touchy thing to work with. The EPA bans its release into the atmosphere, so only experts and professionals know how to add and subtract Freon from the car safely. Take your car to a mechanic or a Chevy dealer for this.
where do you add freon to a 1998 Toyota Avalon. Where is it located ? thats actually something u have to take to a repair shop to do. make sure the repair shop services the ac for ur car. depending where you go it can be a bit costly depending on the size of each of them.
No, it does not. If you want to the ATF level then it needs to be running.
Probably down the dip stick tube.
A 1999 Toyota Camry LE will have a inlet for the transmission fluid located next to the transmission housing. Before adding fluid to the system it is important to drain the older fluid. Be sure to add the correct amount and avoid over filling the system.
A Toyota Camry can hold 6.7 quarts of coolant when it is bone dry. You should add the needed liquid so that it reads at full at all times.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts comes with instructions
You don't add Freon as it has R134a not Freon. You add it to the low pressure side which is the larger hose.
Take it to the a auot shop. you can not add freon
Contains no Freon. Freon was banned beginning in 1996.
23" rims would not only look bad but the wheel wells on a 1993 Camry are too small to support a rim that large once you add tires.
where do I add freon to my air conditioning unit on a 1997 chevy truck?
Answering "Where do you add freon to your air conditioner in your ford ranger?"
You add freon to the low side fitting,top front,on the ac compressor
In the steering wheel fluid reservoir, passenger side of engine. Add dextron transmission fluid to it not "steering wheel fluid"
I have a 1995 Camry. Yes, Toyota recommends Dexron II or Dexron III transmission fluid. (Check the cap on top of the power steering reservoir. It will say to add Dexron II fluid only)
You add freon to the a/c by using the low side, suction side (larger hose).............
You call a licensed contractor and have them check your system. If they determine that it needs freon, they can add the right punt.