'96 Chevy trucks use 134-a freon. I have 96 and 97 Chevy trucks and they both use 134-a. good luck with your truck. '96 Chevy trucks use 134-a freon. I have 96 and 97 Chevy trucks and they both use 134-a. good luck with your truck.
Yes because its the SAME YEAR truck
Contains no (R12) Freon. Freon was banned in 1996.
It should be the valve located on the condensor. The charger should only fit one valve. You can pick up a kit a your local parts store.
no not without modifications
Yes there the same.
What is the refrigerant capacity in a 1996 Chevy 1500 4.3
On a 1996 Chevy Camaro, the PCV valve is located on the right side of the valve cover. There is a hose that runs from the PCV valve and connects to the back of the intake manifold.
NOFreon (R12) was not used in any 1996 and newer vehicle. Even some 1995 vehicles produced in year 1996 did not use R12. Your vehicle contains R134.Answer 2: Chevy didn't make a Dakota. That is a dodge.
On my 1996 Chevy Tahoe 5.7 liter 350 4x4 no rear A/C it is exactly 3.0 lbs.
yes all Chevy six lug wheels will interchange
How do you replace the front drivers seat on a 1996 Chevy S10 pick up truck
No, it is electric
no it has a safeguard to prevent overheating the compressor
It is probably low on freon.
If your asking this question you shouldn't be working on your truck.
NO you can not. It is all together different.
The 2001 Mercury Cougar does not contain Freon. Freon was banned in 1996. I suggest you take this vehicle to someone who has the knowledge, tools, and skill, to repair the A/C system.
on automatic transmission
The brake dump valve on a 1996 Chevy Suburban is used for bleeding the brakes after new brake pads are installed. It is located on the master cylinder for each brake.
I'm going to say 30 ounces.