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How many cans of r134 does it usually take to charge the a/c?

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Depending on the size probably 2 or three. Due to the age of the system unless rebuilt, I would start with the large can with "sealant", which usually has a pressure gague includeded. If that is not enough to bring it up to "sufficient" charge, continue with a smaller regular can. etc. If you have a serious leak, no size of can will help. My 20 hr old car is still holding with the above treatment several years ago.

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