Geo Storm

Where do you find the AC on a Geo Storm and how do you hook it up once you do find it?


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2005-09-13 19:42:18
2005-09-13 19:42:18

well I have to ask you a couple of questions first in order to answer yours. is this ok?...First of all what is it that you are tring to install? Is it the compressor,condenser,evaporator, expansion valve,receiver/drier, or is it the whole system? I will check this site once in a while to see if you've responded. To rebuild the A/C system with R-134a: - At a garage, have refrigerant recovered and have evaporator, condensor and all lines power completely flushed out - If compressor locked up, replace it - If expansion valve is not relatively new, replace it - Replace dryer - Use new GREEN (R-134a) o-rings lubricated with mineral (R-12) oil when assembling fittings - Have system evacuated to remove moisture and dust, charged and leak tested at a garage. Be sure they know there is no refrigerant oil in the system at this point and be prepared to tell them the amount of oil that must be added - Leaks will usually be through the compressor hoses, if that is the case try adding some stop leak through the low pressure side charge port before you invest in new hoses and more garage work - Chill out


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