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The R134 sorry to say, should not be sold to the public.
They required a licence to buy R12 ,R22 Etc but not 134
What you do or did was let air into the system,when you hooked up the short hose. There was air in it. Now it is in the system
Also the only way to charge any A/C system,not just vehicles,is to recover all refrigerent,repair leaks,pull a vacuum,check to see if it holds,them charge to thje required oz or weight. You have know way of knowing what was in the system when you started. If you had to add you have a leak. Now you put holes in the atmosphere and help out global warming.
Not trying to be cute here,just referencing how refrigerant physics works.
You can not push in what dupont calls freon,even under pressure, unless you heat it,so it changes state at some point. Has to go in under a vacuum.
You need to pull a vacuum now, to remove the air.
While you can compress air,you CAN NOT compress the water vapor in it. In fact you can damage you compressor.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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