Question about 2003 Ford Escape
Try to go to your nearest Walmart or parts store and buy a can of NASA approved Arctic Freeze freon in a 12 oz. can. Install one can of this and your system will get cold 50% faster, and be colder than before.
Most garages will not install this type of refrigerant, because they use regular r134a and **** down the system.
I installed this type of refrigerant in 2 of my cars and am very satisfied with it.
Comes in a can with a hose, or a can that you can use your own screw on hose with.
Good luck with this repair.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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