45-60. Anything higher could indicate a bigger problem. A 134a system is similar to a R12 system in that you have a chart listing temperatures and pressures, with 134a running slightly higher. That said, you need both suction and discharge pressures and outside/inside temperatures, along with engine speed to let someone diagnose your system. You also need to make sure that your compressor and all other parts - relays, fans, hoses not plugged by collapsed inner liners, etc. are functioning properly before "adding a can" of 134a. You can seriously overcharge if you don't know what you're doing. Best solution if everything is functioning properly, is to have a qualified mechanic empty the system, pull a vacuum and re-install the correct charge (weight of 134a). This is different from make to make, but is critical. A 134a system does not have the"bubble gauge" as a R12 system does, and it is easy to get under or over in the charge. Your mechanic will weigh in the correct number of cans for proper operation. when all else fails, try 34psi on the suction gauge. this is real close to where you need to be.
Not sure what your asking yes you charge from the low pressure port it is the smaller one your hose should not fit on the high pressure side
if you have the manual you should know
The recharge is located right beside the radiator cap. There should be a green Cap on and it should be labeled AC recharge.
Try against the passenger firewall near accumulator Large hose Get kit at Wal-Mart or ?? should have instructions
The low pressure air conditioner port can be found on the top of the air conditioner compressor. The low pressure port should be labeled as such.
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.
Recharging should be on low-pressure side only
Yes. That is the ONLY refrigerant you should use in ANY vehicle with a model year of 1995 or later.
left side on firewall should be on the side of ac condencer
25 to 36 on the low side 178 to 237 on the high side
You recharge it only through the low pressure side.
you should use crutches because it takes the pressure of your heel also if you keep putting pressure it will eventually break.
Well if has R134a which it should have you can just go to you auto part store and pick a recharge kit for a decent one its about 30bucks and just hook up it to your low pressure ac line and you'll know if got the right when fits on if it doesn't fit on that usual mean you have the high pressure line.
You should only recharge it when the battery gets low.
You should not have to recharge your system unless you have a leak. Other wise you do not need to recharge your system.
I believe it is only ounces, not pounds. If you buy the recharge cans with the gauge on them, they will get you in the ball park. You should checks for leaks first by using a vacuum pump to remove the air (and contaminants) before adding freon.
it should be on the drivers side near the battery. somewhere on that side of you car.
To recharge the AC on the S430, someone should plug in the refrigerant kit on the thin pipe. The service port allows someone to check the state of the pressure gauge.Ê
i think it should have your putting the atoms nearer together :D
It should.It should.
The 2004 Chevrolet Impala air conditioning pressure switch can be found on the end of the air conditioner compressor. The pressure switch should be labeled as such.
That would be the low pressure service port and it should be located on the receiver/dryer.
We had a hole in the cooling line(?) that was fixed and the system recharged in our 2000 Sable and the air conditioner works great now.
The 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager low pressure port can be found on the top of the air conditioner compressor. The low pressure port should be labeled as such.