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How do you add refrigerant to a 1995 Buick Century?


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2015-07-15 20:06:07
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The low side line should be located right on the firewall towards the middle of the car. I just use two cans of 134a and a little blue hose. Any parts store should have those in a package deal. Turn on the ac and allow to run for 5 minutes or so to stabalize the system, then go ahead and add the freon.

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