Freon is the trade name for R12. Your car contains R134 or R134a which is not Freon.
Low pressure side-- larger hose from compressor
With a freon recovery/recycling machine.
Pre 1993 was built with R12, 1994 and later uses R134a.
It came from the factory equipped with R12 Freon. I suggest you convert it to R134 Refrigerant. R12 is no longer produced and is very expensive if you can find it.
It does not contain R-12 Freon. It contains R-134a. How much depends on what is in there now. Take it to a professional shop for charging, as there is more to it than just adding refrigrant.
It does not contain any Freon.
R134 .... IS freon.
Could be no Freon in it.
3.0 pounds or 48 ozs. for the dual air (front and rear heat and A/C)
2.0 pounds of R134a freon............
A Dodge Dakota uses freon in the AC system to keep the vehicle cool. The freon could be type r12 or type r122 depending on the Dakotas year of manufacture.
1987 Dodge Lancer's came equipped with R-12 freon in the air conditioning system.
if you havent ever changed one before then you shouldn't mess with it, the freon inside the compressor is poisionest, it needs to be drained, new compressor installed, filled with dye to test for leaks, drained again and then re-fill with freon.
You will need to replace the rear expansion block valve and the recharge the system with freon and oil..............