Question about 1995 Land Rover Range Rover
If you are filling gas, then you could have a small leak that lasts for 5 months.
normally we do find leaks at the evaporator coils. you can test your charge if you know how and if it is low, then you really have a leak, if the gas is empty, then you have a big leak.
to find the leak, trace the refrigerant lines from the compressor to the hoses to the condenser, filter dryer and evaporator.
look for oil stains. refrigerant leak leaves an oil stain where the leak is.
but it would be a big job if you have a leak in the evaporator plus you will need a qualified tech to service your vehicle.
what you can do for now is buy those small charge of refrigerant and if you can charge your system then charge it but be very careful in handling refrigerant. they can be fatal.
i hope i was able to give you insights on what you're problem is.
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