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Air Conditioning Need to know how many cans of the freon do I have to add, can't find specs in car and don't have a manual. Thanks

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To make sure you get it right call your local Olds dealer and ask one of the service writers... Or call a local car shop... Also look under the hood for a sticker to make sure it hasn't been converted to R134a... If you are original owner it probably has not.

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If you've never worked on an air conditioning system before, I would recommend you take it to a shop and get it checked out.
If the system is low on freon, you have a leak that would need to be fixed to keep any freon you add from leaking back out. And it could have an electrical problem instead of being low on freon.
Freon gas is minus 35 degrees when it comes out of the can.

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How to DIY recharge freon


Saturns don't take freon, they take 134a refrigerant. Locate the low pressure port. Start the vehicle and turn the air conditioning on high and recirculate. Attach the hose and hold it upright. As you add the refrigerant alternate the top of the can from the 12:00 to 3:00 of 9:00 position.

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The air conditioning doesnt work it just blows hot air even with the ac on. i dont know whats wrong with it if everything needs to be replaced or just something simple. i know nothing about cars


What I would try first is recharge the a/s system, your car came with R12 freon, that type of freon is impossible to get these days, so you will need a retro fit kit to convert it to 134A freon, the kit will have two 134a fittings that screw on to your R12 port, so that the 134a recharge hose will go on, the low side will be the one your add freon through, it will be the thinker hose of the two, the thin one is the high side stay away from that one, you will also need one can of freon (134a), if it works, it might work for a while till the freon leaks out again, then you will have to take it it for repair, but this way you know it's just a leak and every thing else works.Good luck, let me know if I can be of more help.

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I was just recently in a car accident. My raditor broke and had to be replaced. Because i didnt want to pay a mechanic to do it i did the job myself. It worked out well but after dissembling it the coolant...


first you need to find out why the freon leaked out then repair that, then you will need a vac pump to vacuum the system for about 45 mins then if you lost oil add a couple of oz,when you lost the freon if there was a cloud of oil and gas then add 2oz before the vac down while system is open put into line or dryer or condensor, after the vac, then recharge to spec, there a label at the radiator support or on the hood that tells you how much freon the system holds,here you go it holds 1.48lbs of 134a freon.

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My air conditioning dose not get cold enought


This means you need to add more freon, you can take it in to get added or just go to your nearest auto shop and buy some with a connector and just turn your car on with your air conditioner on high, and connect the line to your can then to the low side of the air conditioner lines and hold the can up right so you let the gasses in, not liquid. when can is empty remove from low side and be careful disconnecting from can because freon is very nasty stuff and may still have a little in the can. and repeat until necessary.

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How many ounces of refrigerant should a 2005 GMC 1500 van with rear ac take...at 30 ounces and cooling but not real cold..gauge reading about 35 but last 12 ounces didn't make it go up much?...thanks


AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERANT
Front A/C 1.8 lbs (0.81 kg) Front and Rear A/C 3.1 lbs (1.41 kg)
Air Conditioning Refrigerant R134a P/N 12356150 U.S. (10953485 Canada)

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probably need to buy a new ac compressor. i would ask a guy at the local autozone or o'reillys

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