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Looking for air compressor to add freon. please help

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Best advice is go to specialist and have the gas topped up with the right machine by weight of gas .To recharge using a weekend mechanic type can then start engine ,engage the AC then connect to the low pressure connection and the compressor will draw the gas in .

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