Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Alero
ON THE LOWSIDE OF AIR SYSTEM.LOOK UNDER THE HOOD,MAYBE PASSNGERS SIDE AND REMOVE A VALVE STEM,LOOKS LIKE VALVE STEM ON TIRES TO ADD AIR.IT WILL HAVE A BLACK SCREW OFF CAP NEXT TO THE A/C DRYER OR DEPENDING ON THE ENGINE SIZE.SUGGEST YOU FOLLOW THE A/C LINES FROM COMPRESSOR TO THE DRYER,THE SMALLEST PORT WILL BE THE LOW SIDE THAT ALLOWS FREEON TO GO IN,BUT! I SUGGEST THAT IF YOU HAVE NEVER INSTALLED FREEON,PLEASE DO NOT ATTAEMPT AS YOU MAY BLOW A COMPRESSOR SEAL WHICH CAN COST AS MUCH AS A $1000.00 FOR PARTS ONLY! IT'S WORTH INVESTING $50.00 FOR LABOR AND $75.00 IN PARTS VERSUS THE OTHER RIGHT? RESEARCH,RESEARCH
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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