All vehicles now need to use 134A. If your Grand Am was not originally equipped to use 134A or has not been converted to use 134A, you'll need to do that now. Freon 12 is effectively, no longer available. * Most vehicles which came with R12 originally can be converted to R134 freon simply by changing a couple fittings and adding the R134 refrigerant. Something to keep in mind, though, is that if your R12 leaked out you will need to fix the leak or whatever you put in will soon disappear!
can some tell me where the port is the 1993 lexus so I can recharge air conditioner
If no parts are needed probably around
that is too low of pressure.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts comes with instructions
1.75 lbs/28 oz
A 1993 Acura Legend requires 24 ounces of R134a refrigerant to refill the air conditioning system. This is applicable to all engine types for the 1993 Acura Legend.
Connect the Freon bottle to the low pressure port on your air conditioning compressor. Release the Freon into the compressor. The purchase of a Freon recharge kit will make the process quite simple.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts comes with instructins
Yes. Disconnect the belt & it will run fine.
Should be R134If it hasn't been converted from R-12 it will have to be
r12 is the original refrigerant on a 1993 model year Prizm r12 is the original refrigerant on a 1993 model year Prizm
In general, no. Cars used to use CFCs as the refrigerant fluid in the air conditioner. Some of it would be released if the air conditioner had a leak. In the US, cars manufactured after 1993 have air conditioners which do not use CFCs.
The correct type is 134A and should be listed as well as the capacity on a decal on the rad support or under side of the hood
buy a recharge 134a conversion kit from wallmart one of them has a instruction video on a cd.its vary vary easy!just be plz be carefull lots of pressure in those cans
All American automobiles are equipped with Air Conditioner systems that use R134a since the year 1993, so this would include your 1999 Solara.
First you need to find out if the system is a 134a system or not. It is then it recharged through the low port using one of those recharge kits from Walmart or Autozone or wherever. The port only fits on one side. If it is not a 134a system then you will have to have the expensive older freon put in or get a retrofit kit. The later is cheaper. Then refill with 134a. If system has been opened up then the system will have to be hooked to a vacuum pump and then filled with the proper amount of refrigerant and oil. Hope this helps.
What type of freon does a 1993 cougar use
Your year of Escort takes R 12 refrigerant. It is no longer available in 14 oz cans. It does come in 20 lb. bulk. In 1994 Ford Escorts went to R-134a refrigerant which will not harm the ozone layer. Kits are made to change the earlier systems which take R12 over to R-134a which mainly involves changing the charge ports. You could take it to an A/C shop and they could recharge it with R12 or you could change the ports over and get a kit at the parts place to recharge it yourself. Detailed instructions come with the R134a charge kits.
I have a 1993 500sel. Under the hood, on the left, near the hinge is a sticker which says R134a refrigerant. You might want to check yours
Just the standard 50/50 mixture of Antifreeze, nothing fancy. If you are referring to the Air conditioner refrigerant, it is most likely R12, unless it has been retrofitted to 134a