Take it to an A/C shop.
All cars manufactured after 1993 were required to use R134a refrigerant.
R134a is the only freon for cars after 1994. Earlier cars can be retrofitted to R134a.
Freon gas? Mostly r134a.
1993 in the US
No R134a is used only the cars, and R22 is only used for home central ac system. If you would like more information about R134a you can log on to www.idqusa.com.
Yes you can recharge batteries for remote control cars. Some remote control cars come with a rechargeable battery pack, while some you have to buy rechargeable AA's for them.
It depends on the capacity of the battery pack the measurement is measured in kilowatts per hour just like how you would receive from the electric companies.Additional answerIf you think about it, the question is much like one that said 'how many gallons would a petrol car need at a refill?' How big is the tank and how empty is it when the refill starts?
It depends on the manufacturer, I believe ford went to it in the early 90's?
R134a just like all newer cars
Yes, if properly maintained that are good cars for the money.Yes, if properly maintained that are good cars for the money.
when you stop and when the braking of the car causes the battery to recharge
There is no need to plug in a hybrid vehicle. The hybrid engine will recharge the batteries as needed by using the gas engine. Some newer hybrid cars even use breaking to recharge the batteries.
All cars after about 93 or so used the new r134a
Most all cars and trucks started in late 1992 to 1993 but everything was R134a in 1994...
The major problem is lack of range. Fully electric cars have a limited range and then it takes hours to recharge them.
Of course you can. It would be worthless if you could not recharge the batteries. At the risk of sounding sarcastic, what do you think? You need a new battery every 100 miles?
General Motors changed their passenger cars in 1992 or 1993 so you can be pretty sure that it is R134a. My 1995 CS uses R134a.
It depends on the year, make and model because some started in 1992 while other started in 1995..............
No. They use R22 or R410A. Cars use R12 (before 1993) and R134A (after 1993). You cannot mix them together.
Nope. I believe they have different fittings.
One properly spells the word as 'cheap cars'. Cheap cars means that the cars are relatively low in price. One can find and purchase a 'cheap car' at most used car dealerships.
no its from the ground caving in then refill it then it does the same thing, and sometimes from cars
Not directly. But geothermal energy can generate electricity and power (recharge the batteries) of electric cars.
It depends on the year of the car. From 1994 on, R134a refrigerant is used. Prior to that, they used R12 refrigerant (Freon). R134a is technically not "Freon". Be alert, however, as many older cars (like my 1986 Camry) have been retro-fitted with R134a systems, and can no longer accept Freon, as the two refrigerants are not compatible.