How much freon does 99 Tahoe with rear ac hold
could have too much freon in it -air could be going thru heater coil- no air flow thru condensor
Refer to your manual or call the manufacture for the proper information.
Connect a Freon gauge and Freon to the low side ac port. With the engine running and ac on high, open the valve and allow Freon to flow until the gauge reads full.
Connect a freon gauge and the freon can to the low side ac port. With the ac running on high and the engine running, open the freon. Let it flow until the gauge shows that the system is full.
Freon is added through the low side ac port. A gauge is recommended to check the Freon pressure, as too low or too high pressure can cause the ac not to work properly.
With the Freon and gauge connected to the low side ac port, start the engine. Turn ac on high, and add Freon till the gauge shows full.
you need to put the freon in the low side, should be the smallest cap on the ac system
It takes R 134-a freon.
Connect a freon gauge and freon can to the low side ac port. Start the engine and turn the ac on high. Open the valve to allow the freon to flow until the gauge reads full.
Too much refrigerant can do it, yes. System pressures get extremely high on both sides of the AC system when it is overcharged.
There will be ice on your AC lines if the pressure has dropped too far. Freon has a much lower freezing point than water and will freeze condensation quickly.
The oil is in the freon along w/leak detector.
The amount of Freon that goes into a 1995 Chevy Suburban depends on whether or not their is just front AC or front and rear AC. If the Chevy Suburban on front AC only it takes 3.0 pounds of r134a Freon. If there is front and rear AC then it takes4.25 pounds of r134a Freon.
It should say somewhere on the tag.
You should not put any oil in a Ford air conditioning compressor. The air conditioning compressor runs on Freon. The system should take about one pound of Freon.
Using a gauge and the proper type of freon, connect to the low side ac port. Start the engine and turn the ac on high. Allow freon to flow to show a full reading on the gauge.
Check the Freon pressure first. The AC compressor will not turn on if the Freon pressure is too low.
Check the low and high pressure switches, the AC fuse, and relay. Any of these can cause the AC to not get power to the clutch as if the freon is too low.
First of all if you are asking this you should not be playing with your ac. To answer the question yes you will significantly reduce the life of your ac... as well as cause numerous other problems.
1lb 10 ounces.
The freon has to be removed and the pressure released from the ac system. Then the valve can be removed and replaced. The system will need to have a vacuum pulled and freon put in again.