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Total Amount of AC PAG oil needed for a 2000 Jeep Cherokee sport

I need to replace my compressor and collector. I will flush out my whole system, but do not know how much PAG oil my system needs. I know the amount of needed refriderant because its posted on my hood. I also know the amount of PAG oil needed for the new compressor. Does anyone know where I can find how much PAG oil is needed for the whole system? Or is there a general guideline? i.e. so many oz's of oil to so many pounds of refriderant? Any help would be appreciated.

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Do you have the old compessor? Drain out what is in there and use that amount as a guide + 1 oz. There is no ratio per se. As long as you are close without being crazy low (none) or crazy high (over flowing), you're good.

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