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What is the correct Air Conditioning oil amount?

What is the correct Air Conditioning oil amount and type to use in 1983 Camaro V-8.
System is completely replaced, cleaned, and purged.

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Mitchels on demand is saying 8 oz of PAG ac compressor oil

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