It is possible to convert an R12 System to 134a, however some (not all) systems need some retrofitting. It would be best to consult your local manufacturer dealer about which parts may need to be changed. Some auto parts stores may also know. Keep in mind that the info is usually free, you're under no obligation to buy from any particular store.
Is r-22 Freon compatible with r-134a freon?
R 134a by Federal Regulations all cars have R-134a "freon" in the AC system since 1996 to present.
you need to put the freon in the low side, should be the smallest cap on the ac system
That is a reference to automotive freon type 134a
134A 134A 134A
Not unless you like the idea of destroying your AC system.
It takes R134a, which is the new EPA "standard" freon.
Freon R134a has different names. It's also known as 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane, HFC-134a, Freon 134a, SUVA-134a Genetron-134a, Forane-134a KLEA-134a. (Depending on the company or manufacturer)You can easily find the MSDS by searching it as R134A or SUVA 134A, that replaced Freon 12.Here are some links that might help you out.http://www.refrigerants.com/msds/r134a.pdfhttp://msds.dupont.com/msds/pdfs/EN/PEN_09004a2f8000721c.pdf
You have to vacumm out the system then add a specific amount of R-134A with a refrigerant gauge
30 ounces of 134a when system is completely empty,
A 1995 model would have an R-134a system.
R-134a a completely empty system will hold 28oz
Unless your system has been convert to take R-134a you would need 25oz of R-12. If your system has been convert to R-134a you would use 20oz to 21.25oz of R-134a.
134A FREON IS USED.
According the 1994 Acura Integra LS manual, recharge the system with Refrigerant HFC-134a (R-134a)
if it has 134a hose connections, then it takes 134a. if it has the regular thread couplers then it should still have r12 in the system
Not without converting the system to R-134a and replacing the compressor oil.
The 1993 Aerostar does not use R-134a. It uses R-12.