Question about 1995 Toyota Previa
In order to do this job properly you need special recovery equipment to recover the freon and after the job you need to have a vacuum pump put on the system to get all the air out and check for leaks prior to charging
what you can do is have a shop recover the freon then go home and do the work your self then go back to the shop and have them pull a vacuum on it then charge it
you can charge the system your self but if you dont pull a vacuum it will never blow very cold
is it the evaporator leaking or the expansion valve leaking or both?
get your self a good repair manual and it will walk you through either of these jobs
Posted on May 16, 2009
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