Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe
I would suggest taking your tahoe to a certified air conditioning specialist, the problem may not be that it low on refridgerent and there are legal risks if you get caught releasing any type of refridgerent into the atmosphere.
that said, if you still want to do it yourself, look for the fitting closest to your condensor, it should be the low pressure side connection, and intall the refridgerent as a gas only, turning the can upside down to make it go faster would introduce liquid into your system at the wrong place and cause your compressor to lock up or break.
hope i was able to help you, good luck!
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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