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1987 toyota corolla freon

I would like to know what kind of freon do i need to refill my 1987 toyota ccorolla

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You actually need R-12 buy you can not buy this with out a refrigerant licens and it runs about $130 a pound i would suggest taking it to a car shop of your choice and have it retrofited over to 134-a wich any one can buy and it only costs $8 a pound

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Well, It takes R-12 freon. Sadly, they don't sell it in the US anymore.
You'll have to call around A/C shop to see if can retrofit you A/C unit to use the R-134A.

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