Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
If you are planning on recharging your system, you are required to use R134a. It's not factory freon but unless you plan on taking it into the shop, you won't be able to get it. You must posess a license to deal with the other stuff and quite honestly it is against the law to discharge the freon that is currently in your vehicle. (Not saying that it can't be done) When you go to do your re-charge, you will more than likely need a can of cooling system oil and most definately a pressure gauge. All things necessary to do an 'at home' re-charge can be found at your nearest auto store like Advance Auto, Auto-Zone, Napa, Origional Equipment etc.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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