Question about 1991 Ford Taurus
Recharging sould be a simple process for just about any owner. with todays new user friendly kits available at any auto parts store its almost full proof. just ask for the R134A recharge kit. find the low pressuer port on your car. useualy its near the reciever drier. Blue cap. unscrew the cap. screw on the charging hose and pull the trigger till the gage reads into the green. and ur done. If it leaks down in a week or less you have a major leak and sould have a quailfied tech pressuer test it and repair as needed. Steve
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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