410a cannot be used in a automotive system it will cause damage to your compressor, other other a/c components.
410a is used for home use only.as a substitute for R-22
see below definition.
Although the United States Environmental Protection Agency
has mandated that R-22 along with other hydrochlorofluorocarbons
(HCFCs) be phased-out in the United States, few window-mounted air
conditioners are available that use R-410A. However, all of the largest
central air conditioning systems manufacturers in the United States
offer R-410A. As an alternative to window-mounted systems, a ductless
"split" system is available which uses R-410A refrigerant, and can be
installed with a 3-inch hole through the wall (or window opening).
R-410A has replaced R-22 as the preferred refrigerant for use in
residential and commercial air conditioners in Japan and Europe.
Parts designed specifically for R-410A must be used as R-410A operates at higher pressures
than other refrigerants. Thus R-410A systems require service personnel
to use different tools, equipment, safety standards and techniques.
Equipment manufacturers are aware of these changes and require the
certification of professionals installing R-410A systems. In addition
the AC&R Safety Coalition has been created to help educate
professionals about R-41-A system.manufactures recommendations for vehicleNOTE:
- R-134a is the only approved refrigerant
for use in this vehicle. The use of any other refrigerant may result in poor
system performance or component failure.
- To avoid system damage use only R-134a dedicated tools when servicing the
- Use only Polyalkylene Glycol Synthetic Refrigerant
Oil (PAG) for internal circulation through the R-134a A/C system and only
525 viscosity mineral oil on fitting threads and O-rings. If lubricants other
than those specified are used, compressor failure and/or fitting seizure may
- R-12 refrigerant
and R-134a refrigerant must never be mixed, even in the smallest of amounts, as
they are incompatible with each other. If the refrigerants are mixed, compressor
failure is likely to occur. Refer to the manufacturer instructions included with
the service equipment before servicing.