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if it did not have r134 gas before DO NOT put r134 gas in now. The r134 runs at a much higher pressure and you need new condenser/evaporator and compressor to compensate for the high pressures generated. have an A/C technician explain it to you
its on the fire wall yes it will help some i wouldnt expect a drastic change in fuel economy because acura dosent have a replacement schedule for fuel filters like most car companies. id check your air filter and if your check engine light is on it will seriously kill your mpg. hope this helps