They don't sell Freon any longer. By the way, your car takes R134A refrigerant. If you add Freon, you ruin it.
Contains no Freon. Freon was banned beginning in 1996.
In the low side ac service port.
You can add Freon to your 1996 Mercedes-Benz air conditioning system through the low pressure port on the air conditioner compressor. Connect your Freon bottle to the low pressure port. Release the Freon into the system.
I have a 1996 land rover 4.0 and need to add freon. I have the gauge, but don't know where to connect it to
The 1999 Oldsmobile Alero does not have Freon in the A/C system. It contains R134 and not Freon which is R12. As I am sure you do not have the proper equipment to recharge the system plus the fact it is illegal to add refrigerant to a system with a leak, until the leak is repaired, take it to a professional and have the leak repaired. You have a leak or you would not need to add refrigerant.
The 1996 Suburban uses r134 Freon. The fittings to add Freon are different sizes on r12 and r134, making it impossible to add the wrong type to your vehicle.
Freon is added into the low side ac port. Using the proper type Freon, and a gauge that works with that type Freon, connect the hose to the port. With the engine running allow the Freon to flow until the gauge reads in the ok range.
Low pressure line Larger line running from compressor
How do you add freon to a 96 Ford Contour
The freon port is located under the air filter box which is located near the battery on the drivers side. It should be filled in the low side of the ac syatem r-134a adapter should be used and only be able to fit the correct port.
What type of freon does a 1996 Kia sephia has. What type of freon does a 1996 Kia sephia has.
None, the refrigerant is R134a not Freon which is R12.
Low pressure line\ Larger hose from the compressor
2lbs of r-134 refrigerant 2lbs of r-134 refrigerant
Freon is added through the ac low pressure port. The port is located on the aluminum pipe on the ac line.
You need a refrigerant recovery system and gauges to do it properly.
You don't add Freon as it has R134a not Freon. You add it to the low pressure side which is the larger hose.
never use it
Take it to the a auot shop. you can not add freon
The A/C does not contain Freon. Contains R-134. If you are having to add refrigerant, it means you have a leak. It is illegal to add without first fixing the leak. Special tools are required to repair and add refrigerant. Take it to an A/C specialist.