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Air conditioning how do i charge the air conditioner in my 1992 buick century

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    How do I recharge the air condition for 92 buick centry?

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If you want to do it yourself. Most auto parts stores and hardware stores have recharge kits. Purchase a kit with a gauge to prevent overfilling.

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