Question about 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier
Its not that cut and dried, First you will need the refrigerent recovered, then take the old one out. It should be in the small line entering the evaporator. Take it out, if there is metal shavings on it, then you need to replace the compressor and flush the condenser, or replace the condenser. the short end (looking at the o-ring) goes in towards the rear of the car. Tne you will need sit evacuated with a vacuum pump and recharged with the proper amount of refridgerent and oil. Its really a job for a A/C shop. Its not a job for Backyard Bob.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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