There is no pressure specification for recharging. Recharging is done by weight -- i.e., the system should have X ounces of refrigerant. Typical operating pressures for most cars would be 20-30 psi on the low side, 125-300 on the high side.AnswerOn my Grand Cherokee I charge based on temperature of the two aluminum tubes going in/out of the firewall to the evaporator. Charge until these two feel the same temp. This is basically what the manual says to do.
To properly recharge it you have to have a refrigerant recovery system and gauges.
There are two ports on the air conditioner compressor on a Montana. Attach the refrigerant to the lower port and recharge the system.
It will have to go to a garage with the correct equipment to evacuate the system and then recharge it, its not possible to do this at home.Hope this helps
The easiest way to recharge your air conditioning system is to purchase a recharge kit. The recharge kit will include a one pound bottle of Freon, a pressure gauge, and instructions.
The pressure for an R410a air conditioner system should be 118psi LP and 412psi HP. This is the same pressure as an R22 air conditioner.
There are NO sight glasses used on 1994 to date Chrysler meaning you need the knowledge and equipment to recharge the A/C system the consequences are damage to the system because of lost oil in the system or high pressures caused by over filling with R134.
Probably low on charge. You can recharge the system but keep in mind you may have a leak somewhere.
To properly charge the air conditioner you need gauges and a refrigeraant recovery system.
No, not unless you have the proper equipment to recharge the system and/or dispose of the old AC refrigerant.
You can recharge your 2005 Kia air conditioning system from the low pressure port. The low pressure port can be found on top of the air conditioner compressor.
Recharging a window air conditioner is not necessary. Refrigerants are not recharged unless the closed-loop system is leaking. It may only need a little bit of cleaning.
Purchase a recharge kit for your vehicle from your local auto parts store. It will contain everything you need including instructions. Be aware that if your system has a leak somewhere it will lose the charge again.
The charge is probably low. You can get a 134a recharge kit for less 20 bucks at Walmart. It charges through the low port side of the system. It is esy. Just charge it until it is in the green area. Good luck.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts comes with instructions
Everything takes a different form of Freon. Drain the system if it has not been so prior then add R134a Freon into the coolant system.
You should not have to recharge your system unless you have a leak. Other wise you do not need to recharge your system.
Too much refrigerant can do it, yes. System pressures get extremely high on both sides of the AC system when it is overcharged.
The air conditioner on a 2004 Saturn Vue is recharged by locating the low pressure valve and connecting the refrigerant supply. It is then injected into the system until the desired pressure is reached.
If system has been opened to the atmosphere it will have to be evacuated prior to charging a job for the professional
if you don't have the knowledge or know someone that does on recharging the system the safest thing to do is take it to the shop.
you need to find a mechanic to drainthe a/c system and recharge it ,, im prettysure thattl fix it
The easiest way to recharge your air conditioning system is with a recharge kit. The recharge kit will come with one pound of Freon, a gauge to tell you when the system is full, and instructions.
Yes, both the high and low pressures of a vehicle will be lower than that of an a/c system in a building.........
Freon is added through the low pressure port of the ac system. You will need the proper type of hose and gauge ( to keep the correct pressure) for your system as well as the correct type of Freon.
You can recharge a magellan GPS system with the charger. Plug it into the gps and plug the other end to a power supplement.