Question about 1990 Honda Civic
Problem with either method is that you have to get all the old refrigerant and oil out of the system
it is advisable to replace the dryer and excavate the system for at least an hour before converting to R-134a
However I have seen people just shoot R-134a and go but I doubt their compressor would last very long
in your case, before doing anything....
REMOVE the belt and see if you can spin the compressor by hand....if ok
jump the clutch to make sure that works
if both are ok.... replace the dryer and then have a shop evacuate the system for at least an hour and you should be fine
Posted on May 14, 2010
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