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How much freon does the 1994 Toyota camry hold?

How many pounds of Freon does a 1985 Toyota Camry hold?

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The total amount of refrigerant in this system is 1.76 ounces.
It's hard to dispense an exact amount without a digital scale invloved. Good Luck.

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