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1988 Jeep comanche freon

How do I know what kind of freon to use? I have an 88 jeep comanche pioneer and the air worked last summer and I just tried to use it this week and its not working. Someone suggested charging it first to see if the compressor is working. Would the 134a freon be the right kind and how many cans would I use?

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First you would have to take a look at the fittings for the a/c (where you would ahrge te system at) if the fittings are threaded then it is an R12 system, if there are no threads on the fittings and the caps are red and blue then it would be an R134 system. As far as charging the system to check the compressor, i would suggest not wasting your money on the refrigerant because if something in he system has to be replaced then the refrigerant you put in will have to be removed before any repairs are made. Hope this helps.

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