It is HIGHLY (especially in California - $10,000 fine if I recall correctly) illegal to release the old R-12 ("Freon") into the air, so you should take your vehicle to a licensed auto air conditioning shop for this changeover. They will pump the old "Freon" out, replace the dryer and put the correct amount of new R-134a and oil into your system. If the system has not been operating perfectly, or the compressor has a lot of miles on it (if so, you should have a new compressor installed), any service it needs, such as having leaky hoses replaced, done at this time.AnswerWhere I live, we can go to the local K-Mart (or most any store) and buy akit that has everything you need with instructions for about $25.00 or so.If you've never done anything like adding R-12 then you should let someonethat has help you. It's not hard, it is just easyer if you know someonethat has done it before. If it were very hard, . . . K-Mart, etc. wouldn'tbe selling kits like that to the general public. As for pumping out the R-12, most people only convert over to R-134a because their A/C don't workanymore because the Freon has leaked out and R-12 cost so much now-a-days. I've bought many a cans for 65 cents a can and now it cost around $40.00 a can, plus laws have been passed so you need a license just to buy it. R-134a cost about $4.00 a can and anyone can buy it. At Auto Supply Stores,you can also buy FREEZE 12 AUTOMOTIVE REFRIGERANT NON-FLAMMABLE/NO CFC's,that replaces R-12 for about $6.00 a can. I've seen this sort of Freon on the web and anyone can order it (do a search). I've used all of this stuffand never had any problems. I did have someone show me how it's done, "first".
How do u bypass the neutral safety switch in a 2002 chevy silverado 1500
Chevy did not use a reset / Inertia switch on there trucks.
Chevy did not use an inertia switch. It don't have one.
You can switch the rear end from a Chevy 1500 with a Chevy 2500 rear end with minimal effort. Both have similar components but the 2500 offers increased durability.
No it does not.
NO... Chevy did not use an ENERITA fuel cut off switch on there trucks.
Chevy did not use a INERTIA switch on there trucks are vans.
that is a dealership only item
No, GM vehicles are not equipped with a fuel pump inertia shut off switch.
Ford is the only one that had the Inertia switch. Chevy did not use them. You need to check fuel pump relay and fuel pump fuse.
Gm vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches
Move the switch until it opens the contact when the brake pedal is pushed down 1/2".
Look at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
It is screewed into the top of the engine block right behind the distributor.
The brake light switch is either defective or out of adjustment if applicable.
The transmission in the 1995 Chevy 1500 is the 4L60E Transmission.
cut the yellow small wire from ign. switch in the column up by the switch. this is the passlock wire. but will it start iwas told that it wouldnt
Check the fuses, Check the bulbs, Check the brake light switch, In that order.
No way, Not even close.
yes, V-8 ???