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Most likely it uses R-12. If it was converted to R-134A, it would have at least 1 sticker (usually 2 stickers) indicating a conversion to R-134A was done. The sticker would be on the chassis and would be visible as soon as you open the hood. There could be another on the low side AC line where the charge valve is.

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Not unless u have retrofitted it , u can buy these retrofits and the hose to charge it up at auto parts ,,,

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