Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10
Your system takes seveal onces of r-134. If you do not save it it will cost to replace it which will be more than having someone evac it for you and save it. You already may have leaked it out but no way to tell untill someone vacuums it out and weighs it. Either way when they vacuum it out they will hold the vacuum on the system to see if you have leaks. If the vacuum does not hold they can use a sniffer to try to isolate the location. Its best to have a shop diag the system and if you like then you can take the truck home and repair it yourself then have the shop recharge the system correctly. They will apply the vacuum again before charging the system to make sure you fixed all the leaks.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
You legally must take it to a EPA certified technician. Venting refrigerant to the atmosphere will get someone $2,500,00 reward just for reporting you. Have a shop do it for you. It could be alot cheaper. Good Luck, Ned. I have worked on A/C systems for 40 yrs and now can't and won't touch them because I'm not certified.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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