Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
If the system is holding pressure, (why would you want to discharge?) you should take it to an AC shop (mechanic) who can recover the gas by vacuum pump for recycling/ disposal. If it's gonna be a problem to take it to a shop, then wrestle your conscience and just open the fill valve with a tire valve tool and let it bleed down slowly. This is not a good practice to do all the time, but one time won't hurt. It's back ally mechanics who do it all the time that do damage to the atmosphere
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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