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You can stop by walmart are any auto part store and get you hands on a recharge kit and it tell you on the box how to do it because your van use-134-A also would like to give you these websites to see if they have your van listed www.alldatadiy.com and car A/C repair www.directgardening.com and another one is fix & troubleshoot heating& A/C www.automedia.com

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