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A/c comp replacement; what type pag oil to use. according to tsb#02-01-039-004b,use pag46 instead of pag150 but according to 4 seasons replacement use 150,what do I use?

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I would use the 450 oil. Put 2 ounces in the new compressor and evac and recahrge adding 2 more ounces with the freon fill

Posted on Apr 26, 2015

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