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I believe it is around 3 1/2#.

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The 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme uses R12 freon and needs 36 ounces. R12 is no longer being made, but is still being recycled and is still available through online auctions.


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Low freon, bad compressor, bad clutch, bad pressure switch (could be multiple of these), bad switch...the list goes on. Best bet is to take it to a mechanic for a diagnosis.


The freon input point on a 1994 Olds Cutlass 3100 V6 is located behind the air filter box assembly.


R12 unless it has been retrofitted. I would suggest have it changed, as the cost of R12 is prohibitive.


all vehicles use R-134 type refrigerant since the mid-1990's. the government banned r-12 freon. if the car had r-12 you can get a kit to change it over at any parts store.


2lbs of r-134 refrigerant 2lbs of r-134 refrigerant


most cars use about two cans of r12 refrigerant but a qualified tech should be checking your a/c


A factory GM system which uses R134a Freon...........


The 1999 Oldsmobile Alero does not have Freon in the A/C system. It contains R134 and not Freon which is R12. As I am sure you do not have the proper equipment to recharge the system plus the fact it is illegal to add refrigerant to a system with a leak, until the leak is repaired, take it to a professional and have the leak repaired. You have a leak or you would not need to add refrigerant.


The 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme holds 32 ounces of refrigerant. These models require R-134a Freon. This was used for all Cutlasses from 1994 to 1996.


It came with a R12 system. If you're not the original owner of the vehicle, I'd recommend that you have a refrigerant purity test done to determine if it was converted or not - many such conversions didn't go all out, due to the expense, and thus retain the R12 schrader valves.


BY "freon" do you mean R-12? If so then the answer is no. The system uses 134A refridgerant and does not need to be converted.


None, the refrigerant is R134a not Freon which is R12.


Unless it has been converted to R134, the OEM refrigerant installed in 1991 was R12 Freon. I suggest you have it converted to R134 if it has not already been done.


A 1995 Cutlass Supreme should use R12 freon. The fittings are different between R12 and R134 so that they can not be accidentally swapped.


Freon is added through the low side ac pressure port. Connect the hose from the gauge and Freon and allow Freon to fill the system until the gauge shows full. The engine and ac need to be running during this process. Make sure to follow all directions on the Freon can.


If it was an original R12 system there are conversion kits so that you can add the 134. The "recommended" way is to replace the receiver/dryer, condenser, and even the compressor and all seals. I have done the quick (and cheap) conversion to several cars and have had no problems what so ever.


The Freon is added through the low side ac port. A pressure gauge is used to show when the system is full. Follow the Freon can directions closely.


R134a is the only freon for cars after 1994. Earlier cars can be retrofitted to R134a.


Why do you want to change the Freon? Not necessary and very expensive.


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.


The freon port is located under the air filter box which is located near the battery on the drivers side. It should be filled in the low side of the ac syatem r-134a adapter should be used and only be able to fit the correct port.


R12 if Factory and if someone retro-fitted it, there should be a sticker signifying the charge with R134. Best to take it to a shop with an ID capable machine (they'll bill you for the labor)