read the label under the hood and see if its 134A or r12 if its r12 you have to take it to a certified ac technician if its 134A you can buy the can yourself and atach it 2 the big line of your ac system turn the canister upside down and fill but if your low on charge you have a problem that needs fixed REfrigerant does not just dissapear Even if it has R12 - just get a retro-fit kit for converting R12 systems to R134a, eg. from interdynamics, sold at Walmart. In the kit is everything included you need and it is a easy do-it-yourself in half an hour.
where are the ports to recharge the air conditioning on a 1998 chevy lumina car with a v6?
Connect your Freon bottle to the low pressure port on your 1998 Chevy S 10 Blazer air conditioning compressor. Discharge the Freon into the compressor. A recharge kit will make this process quite simple.
On the accumulator.
i can,t find the acumalator on my 2002 Chevrolet venture
Attach the Freon bottle to the low pressure port on the air conditioning compressor. Release the Freon into the air conditioning system. A recharge kit can make this process very simple.
Your 2000 Chevy Blazer air-conditioning bracket is held in place with for retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts with a 9/16 socket. The air-conditioning bracket will come off.
Into the low side service port.
Recharging the air conditioning is simple with a recharge kit. Connects the Freon bottle to the recharge port on the air conditioner compressor. Release the Freon into the compressor.
Purchase a recharge kit from your local auto parts store. The kit will come with all necessary materials and directions.
Evacuate and recharge, aprox $200 to $250 if there are no problems.
There are two schrader / port valves to the air conditioning system. One will be a high pressure and the other will be a low pressure. You need a certified mechanic to check and refill the system. You can not simply refill the system.