Question about 2002 Saturn L-Series
AC Freon filler location
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
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
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.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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