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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: back brakes
Open the bleeder nippel and let out the pressure...;)
If it looks rusty clean the HOLE(needle) and put WD40 inthere!
Calibers are Xpensive!
Danish tricks...hehe...good luck!
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
When retrofitting an R12 system to a 134a you need to do many things. First of all is to recover any R12 that is still in the system. Then the system should be flushed of all oils because most R12 oils are not compatible with 134 oils. The system then needs to be under vacuum for 15-30 minutes to eliminate any moisture and identify leaks if there are any. I highly recommend taking your vehicle to a professional who has the needed equipment and knowledge. Auto parts store A/C products are not the best idea.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
A great option for you would be the non air conversion kit that Strutmasters offers for your vehicle. The electronics on the Cadillac's can be very costly, there is no doubt about that. You can save a lot of money, time and headache with a conversion kit from them.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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