Question about 1996 Mazda Protege
Go to a shop and have them vacuum the remaining r134 out of the system. Then go home and change it out. Then go back to the shop and have them charge the system back up. You won't have to pay for what they first removed but you will have to pay for the rest and the service. Be aware that if the shop did not diagnose this then the shop will not be responsible if by chance you have another issue.
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