well unless you are certified to work on automotive a/c systems
you can't even buy freon
Same as any other car...attach fill hose fitting to the low pressure side of the system (it won't fit on the high pressure side fitting) and open the fill valve.
If it is an automatic transmission, you add transmission fluid with a long funnel through the dipstick opening.
only authorized machine shops can do this due to enviromental concerns
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.
If low on Freon it will short cycle. Sensor knows it is low on pressure. Add freon and see if problem goes away.
where do I add freon to my air conditioning unit on a 1997 chevy truck?
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.
You can add freon on the low side service port that is located on the accumulator next to the firewall................
You add freon to the a/c by using the low side, suction side (larger hose).............
In order to buy freon you need a license, therefore you shouldn't attempt to add freon. Call a contractor to service your unit.
check the back of the compressor, they hide the there on the older models. volvodoctor
Because they no longer use freon.