Question about 1992 Toyota Corolla
You can no longer obtain R-12 type refrigerant for vehicles of that age. Do not use the "Over the Counter" type (recharge cans). They can cause component malfunction and will only last (if at all) for a very short period of time. If your system has not been converted over to R-134a, its time to visit your mechanic to have the proper conversion made.....Time to roll down your windows and get some natural AC going on :)
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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