Question about Toyota Camry
You have to purge the system, disconnect the lines, remove and replace it, reconnect everything, and recharge the system. If your car is newer than 1993, you should have no problem, as most cars by then were running R134a refrigerant. If your car is older, you'll have to evacuate the system completely of the old style R12 coolant, and replace it with R134a. You may want to have a shop handle that if it's the case.
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