This is not a simple repair, as it is illegal to add refrigerant without repairing the leak. If you are not qualified to perform this repair, take it to an expert. It is definitely not a novice weekend mechanic repair. However, you can buy leak detector kits to first determine why it needs recharged. This could be a leaking seal at a line joint, a bad line, a seal in the compressor, or a pinhole leak in either the evaporator or condenser. (If I already lost you - go no further - have it done for you.) The other problem is that your refrigerant system will have originally been an R-12 type Freon which is now no longer available. To repair a leak problem means the additional complication of conversion to a legal R-134 type refrigerant. Adding a different type of hydrocarbon coolant such as "DuraCool" also may not be legal. If you have the gauges, and the required know-how, you can do this. The big question is whether this amount of work is justified on a 20-year-old vehicle.
It is out of a 1988 Chevy suburban It is out of a 1988 Chevy suburban
Weight of 79 Chevrolet suburban
Yes it will, samething
1988 - 1998
my a/c sticker is gone under the hood.how much Freon goes in my system.1988 regular cab,v8?
No it does not. It has a distributor no need for a cam sensor.
YES, They are the same engines. That would be a direct bolt in.
Freon is a very touchy thing to work with. The EPA bans its release into the atmosphere, so only experts and professionals know how to add and subtract Freon from the car safely. Take your car to a mechanic or a Chevy dealer for this.
yes. as long as they both have air conditioning.
Your pour it in the same place you check it.
Sure! You will probably get quality work for a premium price.
Any hood from a Chevy/GMC from 1988 to 1999. Includes truck, Tahoe/Yukon, and Suburban.
1 8 4 3 6 5 7 2
1988 to 1999 will work. Pick-ups and surburbans are the same doors.
YES. Those 2 year body styles are the same.
It does not matter on that year as long as it is power steering fluid.
You can't get freon anymore. You need to go to an auto store and ask for a refrigerant that is compatible with a freon system. what you need is a retro kit from your local auto parts . Just go in to an auto parts store you feel comfortable with and tell them you need to update your a/c system to r134. and they will direct you to a retro kit, it has a compatible cryogenic liquid charge (freon) in it that will allow your system to run on r134 that you can by at the auto parts and do it your self . No ripp-off repair shop needed.
check the deminsions of both doors and also the bolt patterns of each
depending on plant maufactured and addded accesories between 185-205 hp roughly