Question about 2000 Volkswagen Beetle
Went to add a can of 134a, and when I check the pressure on the guage it was at 30. On the diagram it states not to go over 45 or you will over charge the system. It still does not blow cold and hardly took any of the 134a. I then purged the system to start over and before even finishing one can, it is above 45 and still not cold. It seems like it still needs more 134a but the pressure is already maxed out. One can is 368 grams and on the firewall it states it should hold 700 grams. Do I continue to add more even though the guage reads high. The compressor seems to be fine and kicks on and off when I turn the air off and on.
Check your cooling fans. The A/C cooling fan may not be working.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
Drain the system and re-gas.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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