Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
Add 2 0z. I know what the manuals say but sometimes the oil tracks or moves where it wants to ,and you find an oz or very little, as you may have. Just go with 2oz and look so how much is around the clutch,because they leak to lube front seal,so you can add 4oz. total. Never know what went in at factory ,so be safe and add a little. If the compressor doesn't like the level ,it just sends it along it 's way to the next component mixed in refrigerant.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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