Question about 1993 Chevrolet K1500
Yes it can. this may mean the death of the compressor is inevitable, has been filled with the wrong refrigerant/lubricant, or it is low on refrigerant. you have to determine what type of refrigerant is needed, (usually R12 or R134) and use the correct lubricant, if the refrigerant does not have the lubricant already in it. every time a compressor is filled with refrigerant, it also needs th be filled with lubricant, and most, but not all, commercial refrigerants include lubricant. if there is a leak in your system, you can use soapy water in a spray bottle to find the leaky hose/connection.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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