Question about 1997 Dodge Dakota
Hey Steffney..my name is Keith...to charge ya A/C on ya Dodge Dakota..you need to determine how low your R134a is...after that..you go to the autoparts store and buy the size can of R134A that you will need..some of the cans of R134A will have a servicing connector with it..some wont...so...when ya get that figured out...you start your truck and turn the A/C on maximum cool...and ya blower to high blow...then ya find ya low pressure side servicing port(its usually located on the right side under the hood..and it looks like an oversized tire inflation valve..but made out of aluminum) and you connect the can of R134A to it and follow the direction on the can of R134A....i hope this will help ya.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
If you can figure out the right amount of R-134 to add and manage to add that amount it still may not work as new. If funds are low it may be good enough.
If you can afford a shop, or know someone with the right equipment, try this:
Since some freon has slowly leaked out over a couple of years probably some air has also gotten in. The only way to fix that is to have the system evacuated and charged with the right amount of freon. It is pretty common after a few years to lose some freon, just a normal maintenance item.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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