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Ac won't hold charge 1997 Mazda b4000

I have charged the ac recently a couple of times and it appears to not hold charge...a leak somewhere?

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Look at the engine compartment.. look at all the A/C pipes and hoses.. usually when the 134 gas leaks oil comes with it..look for oily deposits.. If you can't see any. there is a new tool at Harbor Freigh tools that will help find your leak.. There is also a can of 134 with "leak detector" in it.. its an oil with red die.. you install it just like installing the gas and then look for the leak with a white towel .. you would be looking for the red color on your towel.. If you buy the tool about the same price as the die you can use it over and over as you have more problems in the future.. When you find the leak repair it .. May just be a bad o - ring or possibly a bad seal in the compressor.. hope for the no-ring its much cheaper..

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Ok, you need to keep checking other related items. How is the charging system, tune-up history, vacuum lines, braking (vacuum booster), and the fuel system (how is the fuel line pressure and has there been any issues with water in the fuel)?

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here is the diagram for this truck. just match up the colors and the coil pack numbers to the cylinder colors and numbers.


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