It should be R134a the fittings high and low pressure line should be large in size.Your model year should have a sticker under the hood unless it is gone stating this.The early 90s stuff like yours should be the newer air condition product.Any local shop can point this out and even the air condition compressor may have a decal stating the refrigerant that should be used.
According the 1994 Acura Integra LS manual, recharge the system with Refrigerant HFC-134a (R-134a)
The system is probably low on refrigerant so it is short cycling. A basic recharge should cure it.
Generally whenever a switch goes bad the only thing you can do is replace it.
For my Mazda I use 10w-30
R 134 a
The refrigerant type that goes into a 2003 Toyota Tacoma is R134a. Its capacity is 16 ounces. The oil capacity, on the other hand, is 7 ounces of PAG 46.
In vapour compressor refrigeration system the low pressure and temperature vapour refrigerant from evaporator is compressed. where it is compressed to a high pressure and temperature. From compressor refrigerant goes to condenser where where it changes the phase. from condenser refrigerant goes to evaporator through expansion device.
1000 metres = 1 kilometre so 3000 m = 3000/1000 = 3 km. Simple!
it should be an assembly with the fuel pump. if it is or if it is not you still need to drop the tank to get to it. with the tank out from under the vehical you will be able to see where it goes.
i have a 1994 Mitsubishi 3000 gt and when the temperature hand starts to go up the car dies what would cause this to happen
The car was originally supplied from the manufacturer with r12.
The condenser is a coil in a refrigeration system. It is on the low pressure side and is exposed to ambient air temp. The refrigerant goes through that and is cooled off and is then sent to the compressor.
A 1998 Jeep uses R134a.