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Which refrigerant is used in a 1993 previa sold in Canada

I need to know if the 1993 previa used R-12 or R-134a in the dual zone air conditioning system

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1993 Previas contained R-12 from the factory.
33.5 +/- 1.7 ounces needed to perform a complete recharge.

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