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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: OIL PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
If cleaning the engine does not work, replace the oil press. sending unit. These senders on Jeeps have had a history of problems where they will work one day and not the next day.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
the oil pressure switch is on pssenger side, lower engine area,beside oil filter, mounted in engine block. The pressure relief valve is in the oil pump, in which case, you have to drop the oil pan,and take off the oil pump.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: Honda Civic 1992 without AC
Since '92 Hondas come with R-12 there will be R-134a adapters on the high & Lo pressure fittings that go over the original Schrader valves hose fittings. These attach to the top of the original R-12 fittings so you should be able to see them installed over the originals. R-134 hoses won't fit R-12 fittings- this is the primary way that prevents folks from putting in the wrong types of freon.
Conversion kits come with stickers to put on the car indicating that it has been changed to R-134a so you can look for that IF whomever did the conversion followed through with putting them on. The best way to know for sure is to compare your fittings with R-12 & R-134a fittings to see which ones you have.
Evacuating the R-12 is easy, but it is a state jail felony in most jurisdictions unless you have a recycling system and a license to handle it.. R-12 is an expensive commodity and you should have no problem finding a facility that will evacuate your R-12 for free. No more R-12 is being made, it is hard to find & very expensive and will only get more so.
I would find an independent auto A/C guy or gal to do business with who will recycle the R-12 then flush, vaccuum & refill with 134a for free or minimal costs after you do the seals and kit, because R-12 is very hard to find, very expensive with lots of paperwork and must be bought in large amounts that are cost prohibitive even for an A/c shop. If someone wants to charge you for taking your R-12 just move on down the road to the next guy because they will likely rip you off on other things too. Find someone you can work with and have a rapport- the good ones will talk you through what you need to do to convert & will be happy to get your R-12 in return for those services. If you are in a large city there are probably several wholesalers who sell everything you need and will do the evacuation and refill for you for trade- provided you have enough R-12 remaining that is worth their efforts..
Posted on May 13, 2009
the reason it's getting warmer is most likely due to a slow leak. it need the proper amount to be cool. less or more and it will be warm. it's also possible when it was charged he added too much or not enough. also if air is in the system (from not vacuuming the system or in the refrigerant tank) it will not cool as well.
the car need to be recovered, vacuumed (checked for leaks), refilled after purging the refrigerant tank of air.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
I have a 93 f150 my ac bulds up to much pressir and pops off the relefe valve ive replaced every thing any sugestions?
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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