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If you try to add to a system that is already low,
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As is,your just polluting the atmosphere & any
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You need 22oz for a "front only" a/c system and 32oz of R-134a refrigerant for "front and rear" a/c system.

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Refrigerant is part of the A/C system. You should have special guages to add it to the system to prevent overcharging. There are do it yourself cans available at many stores but it is highly recommended that it be done professionally. If your system needs refrigerant added to it then there is a leak somewhere in the system.

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How do you know you need to add?

First you leak test,then use refrigerant
gauges to look at system

If you have a leak you evacute system & repair

You shouldn't even be involved with A/C without
proper training & equipment.

If you add you will allow air into the system,add too
much & cause compressor damage.

COMMON SENSE--if you need to add you have a leak

---if you add to a leaking system you
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