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A/C Coolant How do I fill the a/c with coolant on my 1995 gmc yukon?

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The a/c service port is on the a/c accumulator, that's the silver canister where the low side line connects to before it goes in to the evaporator housing in the fire wall, (drivers side) Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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Like w/ all others vehicle. With 4 cans of R-134a (R-22) freon and a pressure hose. You connect the can to the hose, then to the A/C filler input (located on the A/C silver hose at left from you). Then you incline the can just a little bit to let the gazes exits. But not more than (35°). Then run your A/C for 5 minutes. Turn off, then do the same with next cans.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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    Serge Saati Jun 26, 2009

    Forgot to mention. Never add more that 2 cans at one time. Wait at least 23 minutes after the 2nd can, then wait at least 8 minutes after the 3rd can. If not, it'll freeze inside, even in summer. Because of the pressure and depressure.

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