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Far left back side passenger side. You will see the silver canister with the port on it.

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The a/c will not turn on on ?


Most a/c systems require a certain amount of freon to be in the system before the compressor will be allowed to engage. If your system has leaked down below that point, you might need to add freon. Hook up a gauge to the low pressure side to see if the pressure is low and add freon if necessary.

Jun 29, 2014 | 2001 Pontiac Montana

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Charging air conditioner


There is a lot to doing the job correctly, but sometimes with luck you can get acceptable results with minimum expense and effort. It all depends on how much Freon is left in the system.
The repair for a system with remaining Freon in it is a different repair job from a system that is empty. The Freon pressure keeps worse things from happening. You will find a fitting to add Freon on the accumulator(black oblong tank) or on a line close to that part. With the engine running and A/C engaged; you need to check the Freon pressure with a gauge.
If the A/C compressor is not kicking in, the connector on the low pressure switch needs to be disconnected and jumped with a looped wire. Add Freon if you have low pressure. Note the pressure because the low pressure switch has a rated working pressure and weak pressure switches can cut out early.
Fill the Freon to a moderate working level. You want the A/C to stay working longer which it will do when it is charged between the high and low pressure limits.
But if you find that there is zero pressure in the system, at a minimum you need to rent or borrow a Vacuum pump and evacuate the system. Then add Freon with a sealer and a small oil charge. Operate the system and drive 20 minutes minimum to circulate the sealant. Check pressure after 24 hours and top off the Freon charge.
If the leak did not seal, you will need professional help and tools to replace the leaking part. There are leak detectors, but some of the fittings require special tools to change.

Jul 16, 2013 | 1996 Ford Thunderbird LX

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Charging air conditioner


Please explain.
You can't add freon ?
The freon won't stay in the system ?
You know the engine and the compressor has to be running to add freon, right ?

Sep 04, 2012 | 2002 Hyundai Accent

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What is the correct pressure for freon in AC unit and what is the color of the cap where you add the freon?????


The charging port cap is usually blue, The charging fixture hose will not clip onto the wrong port, so you really can't mess that up. the pressure of a system as measured on the low side hose should be about 28-32 PSI with the system stabilized and engine at operating temperature.

Jun 26, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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I have an s-type and it only blows hot air not cold but compressor and ereything else is working?


Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome. It sounds like you may need to add freon to the unit. Your A/C line should have a service port on it, looks like a bicycle tire valve, just bigger. The pipes are aluminum, so they are easy to pin point. You can buy the freon at Autozone, Advanced, or even Walmart. You may have a leak causing the freon to leak, but since it is 11 years old, it may just need filled.

May 16, 2011 | 2000 Jaguar S-Type

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AC blows warm. fan + compressor don't seem to engage.


The system could be low on refrigerant. The A/C pressure switch will not let the compressor run if the system pressure is below 28psi or above 455psi to protect the compressor from damage. At low pressures not enough oil (mixed in with the refrigerant) will circulate, and at high pressures, the compressor seals will likely blow. You can get a set of A/C manifold gauges for R-134a and check the system pressures yourself or get a shop to check it and possibly add some R-134a. If the system pressure checks good, then the A/C pressure switch, the compressor clutch, or some relays will need to be checked.

Feb 05, 2011 | 2003 Honda Odyssey

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Charging an empty freon system and clutch wont engage for recharge


you cant just charge it. it needs to be evacuated with a vac pump. The clutch will not engage until it has enough pressure.

Jul 22, 2010 | 2005 Honda Civic

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How do I add freon to a 2002 Ford Taurus? The


YOU NEED THE R 134 CHARGE HOSE KIT.YOUR CAR DONT HAVE R - 12 FREON.THEY STOP USING FREON BACK MID 90S ALL CAR NOW HAS R-134 REFRIGERANT.

May 31, 2010 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Air conditioning won't engage


To reset your AC compressor, you need to remove power for at least 15 minutes. After you reconnect, the compressor should turn on. If it does, immediately turn to high and try to add refrigerant. Best of luck.
Greg

Jun 01, 2009 | 1994 Cadillac DeVille

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No air conditioning. i have to keep having to put refrigeant in. can' find the leak.


2 of the ways to leak test a freon system 1- Charge the A/C system with a leak detector charge, which will leave a colored residue at the point of leak or 2- Have the A/C system ELECTRONICALLY tested. Much quicked and precise when used properly. ALWAYS test for freon leaks a the LOW POINTS of the system such as the condensers because R-134 freon is a HEAVIER than air, gas which sinks downward, Hope this helps.

Apr 24, 2009 | 2000 Ford Focus

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