Question about 1996 Buick LeSabre
It should go into an aluminum tube with 2 black caps,1 toward each end.The side you put it in is the side which is closer to the belt system,that's where the evaporator and compressor are.Do it with the car running and the a/c on.Fill up at about one quarter can intervals so that you don't overpressurize the system.When it gets cold enough inside,stop.If it only lasts a couple of days or a week,there is a leak somewheres and will need shop testing and repair to determine where it is leaking.Good luck!R-134a too right?
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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