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Its R12, unless it was retrofitted!!Hopefully this helps

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SOURCE: I just bought a 1990 Toyota Camry. It has the A/C

make sure it has enough R134

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How come the air cond. is shot- off and on. Car runs great- 125 K should I fix it?


Your year model used freon which can still be obtained thru a licensed AC tech. The older freon gas has been banned from further production and is very expensive. Check with a local repairman and see if they can re-claim the freon , clean your system, install necessary filters and change-over equipment and install a later approved and cheaper refrigerant. !25K on a 1990 Camry is just about broke -in and ready to drive. They are some of the best engineered vehicles I have ever worked on. They also seldom need repairs.......especially the 4-Cyl models. Best Wishes

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r134. Everything from about 1993 or 4 is 134.

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How much freon & what type for 1994 toyota Camry with a manufacture date on door plate of 9/83?


there should be an A/C system info sticker under the hood that will say how much R134a freon the system can hold.

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How much freon does the 1994 Toyota camry hold?


Refrigerant Type R-134a Amount 30oz
Oil Type PAG-46 amount 8 oz


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