Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Knowing the year of the truck would be helpful, but by now the system
should have been changed over from R12 to R134. The low side inlet
is located on the acumulator on the right side of the engine compartment at the firewall. If you're using an R134 recharge kit for a
booster shot thats fine, but if the system is empty it needs to be evacuated and charged with the proper equipment, to avoid future
problems. It can be the difference between semi cool and cold.
Hope this helps.
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