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Charge air conditinor

Want to add collant ton air conditior

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

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My car A/C loses charge twice a year. Mechcanics cannot find any leaks.

I went to AutoZone and bought an A/C recharge can. Follow the on-can directions. I did, and in 5 minutes my A/C was cooling again, and lasted for several months.

Make sure you have the correct coolant. Newer cars use a different refrigerant than older ones. You may have to take an older car to a shop to get it charged, as the refrigerant is not for sale legally in many states unless you have a coolant recovery system to prevent leakage into the atmosphere.

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