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I have a 1992 plymouth voyger that i am changing the air condition compressor,expansion valve and dryer. I will be converting to 134 A.After flushing the evaporator and condensor and lines,how much ester oil do i put in the compressor and the rest of the system.

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  • loustoy235 Sep 14, 2010

    yes thank you

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A dry system (all oil flushed out) with a new compressor and dryer holds 135cc's (4.5 ounces) of PAG oil, if there is still oil in the condenser and evaporator cores then subtract 1 ounce

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    yadayada Sep 14, 2010

    You only add oil to the new compressor for this repair.

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