Question about 2002 Ford E350
Whoever is servicing the unit does not understand OILING. it is a little complicated, but critical. Oil moves along with the refigerant.
Here is a little example, these numbers are not specs, but rounded for your understanding: IF your system was to have 14 oz of oil, with 4 oz in the compressor, and your compressor has only 2 oz in it, the defecit is 7 oz, and not 2 oz.
Oil fills each area (like compressor, receiver dryer, evaporator and condencer)then spills over to flow through the system...
This job requires special tools and training, take your system to a qualified shop, not the one that you have been going to.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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