A 1996 Saturn vehicle will only use R134A refrigerant. I was a Saturn technician for years in Saturn Dealerships.
1.5 lbs or 0.68kg total charge for the R13a refrigerant
if its a manual yes. for an automatic i never try it but Saturn don't like to change its dam possible
Refrigerant is added to a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am by removing the cover on the low pressure coolant line and attaching a can of refrigerant. The valve on the can is then opened and the system will automatically pull the refrigerant in.
This proceedure is covered in the chiltons Saturn book available at auto zone and ect.
The only refrigerant you can legally use in your 2001 Saturn would be the 134-A
According to my repair manual the refrigerant is HFC134a.
In a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer : r134a
Your 95 Saturn takes R134a refrigerant (freon is a trademark exclusive to DuPont brand).
Saturn Rukh was created in 1997.
You cool it and run it through a metering devise.
You don't. The 2000 Saturn refrigerant is not Freon R12 it contains R134a. Add it at the Low pressure port. You have a leak or it would not be necessary to add refrigerant. It is illegal to add refrigerant to a system with a leak without first repairing the leak. Take it to a professional and have the leak fixed.
A 1997 Chrysler Town and Country uses R134a.