Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Bravada
You didnt actually post a question so I will try to help. You need 134a refrigerant and a way to get it into the system. Places like walmart and Advance Auto Parts has what you need. Most diy kits have a hose to connect to the Low Pressure side of the ac system and a guage. The other end of the guage has a connector that fits on the can of 134a. Start the car, turn the ac on high, open the hood. Being careful of moving parts under the hood, connect the hose to the Low Pressure side of the ac and see where the guage is reading. Most are color coded. If it says it needs charged, squeeze the trigger until the can is empty and take another reading. Continue until the guage is in normal range.
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