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Saturn L100 AC freon fill port

AC Freon filler location

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: 2002 Saturn not cooling

well you cant just put refrigerant into a system. 1st you had a broken line . so the compressor probally pumped all its oil out and you lost the gas. 2 after such an incident you have to have the system evacuated to remove all the air out of the lines and system. if there is any air or moisture in there it will not run right due to freezing and without oil in there you will destry your pump . i suggest that you take it to a garage and get it evacuated be fore you proceed. then you can refill it. also on your vechile it should tell you how much goes in there like 1lb 6oz and there is an amount written on the can so go by that. putting more in there will do more harm then good and cause alot of headaches and sweating. good luck have a good day

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Need freon in a 2002 Ford F150 Pickup

On the condenser, which is located on the passenger side on the firewall.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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SOURCE: my ac blows hard, added freon, clutch not turning could it be fus

If the blower is working,it indicates your car blower system is ok.If the freon system is contain the correct amount and still clutch is not turning when the A/C switch is in the on position check the supply for the compressure.If there is supply that means the problem with the A/C compressur clutch coil and apply the repair procediure or replace A/C cpmpressure.If there is no supply Check the fuses,wiring system and A/C system pressure switch.

Posted on Jun 06, 2009

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SOURCE: saturn ac wont blow cold air

check cooling fan operation while ac on.If fan is working proper,will probably have stuck exspantion valve.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: How many pounds of freon does a 1993 Saturn SL2

The R12 spec on the Saturn Threw 93, capacity R-12 2.1 to 2.25 lbs.

On the 94 -98 S-series cars; per the Haynes A/C manual these systems should take 6.5 oz of Ester oil and 24 oz of r134a refrigerant.

The amount of refrigerant required is printed on a label in the engine area. I think its 1.5lbs or 24ozs or two 12oz (net wgt) cans if your system is the R134a.

Thank you for using fixya and just make sure that your have the right system in your Saturn, it's going to be R12 from 1993 and earlier and 1994 will be R134a. Note: at if your not the original owner, your system may have been converted to the R134a.

Here is a link for you that should help you.

http://www.saturnfans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=80107

Posted on Apr 16, 2010

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Your system may just be low on freon. Most auto parts stores sell 134a freon for about $10 a can. If you visit an Autozone store the parts counter personnel might also show you how to add freon to the VW Beetle, it's not hard once you know where the correct port is located. You simply start your car, connect the freon dispensing hose to the AC port (there are two (2) ports, but the hose connection will only fit onto the smaller of the two (2) ports - the low pressure side). Allow the car to run while the can is discharged into the AC system, generally takes 10-15 minutes. Most dispeners have a freon pressure gauge on the hose portion that attaches to the can. Never disconnect a partially empty can unless there is a shutoff valve, and the valve is closed all the way. Better to add the entire can to the AC system.
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My air conditioner quit cooling. i was going to add freon but cannot find the low pressure port. it has 2 ports on the same line and my fill tool will not fit but one. the freon will not go in.


The ports are keyed - you found the proper port if you have the proper hose. If the Freon will not go in - and you have complied with all the package instructions ... right? ... Freon is not your problem. Going much beyond what you have done already is dangerous. Please have your AC looked at by a licensed AC Service Mechanic.

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under your hood is a sticker that tels you the type of freon and the capacity. find the low side service port and run the car with the ac on max and slowly fill the car up with freon

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ok ac system has a pressure switch that stops the compressor when freon is too low. they actually say it is ok for mobile a/c systems to lose a half pound a year. most a/c systems run on under 2 pounds of freon. so after 3 or 4 years some systems will just quit working. you are at 8 to 9 years so i would recommend you find an independant shop that will top off your a/c and see if it works again. this should not cost more that 50 to 75 bucks. If you were here that is what i would charge. I am in columbus ohio just to let you know. hope this helps and thanks for using fixya

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My ac blow out hot air and i want to put freon in my self and want to know how


Adding freon will not correct the problem. If you need to add freon, you have a leak, and you have moisture in the system, the leak should be located, mositure removed, then freon added. But to answer your question. Open the hood on, the left side you will see a round object called a dryer, you will see two pipes coming from it, one at the top and one at the bottom. The smaller is the high side, the larger is the low side. Obtain a can of freon either R-22 or 134a with an adapter for installing the freon. Turn the engine on, turn the AC to high. Add the freon to the ac using the low side.

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