Question about 1986 Lincoln Town Car
Although there's no one benchmark for all systems, a low side pressure of 40-45psi is good. Overcharging will give the same symptoms of undercharging, a lack of chilled air. Overcharging will also do damage to the compressor. A good guideline for the high side pressure is 5X the low side pressure so a good high side would be in the 200-250psi range. If the system wasn't fully evacuated after the repair, a mixture of the old refrigerant R-12 and the new R-134A won't perform at all. Hope this answers your question. Please post back with any other questions you may have.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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