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How much freon do you put into the compressor?

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If you have to add refigerant,you have a leak

All A/C work should be left to those trained,with
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refrigerant.

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Lincolns take about 32 to 35 Ozs. of 134A and 5 to 7 Ozs. pf Pag oil.

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Have a 1988 Lincoln Town Car, have put in new A/C compressor,new drier, new condenser, new hoses, new evaporator & full of freon. But compressor want cycle, what could be my problem???


If the compressor wOnt cycle, it means that the pressure is not correct. How much freon, (and what type) did you put in, and did you PULL DOWN (with vacuum) the system to about -29 inches before putting the freon in? Did you use manifold gauges? If so, what is the high pressure, and what is the low pressure, at what ambient temperature?

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Put freon in now not cooling


was compressor running prior to putting in freon --to much freon acts the same as to little freon no cooling --but if compressor not coming on than look into fuses and relays as source of problem

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I tried to fill ac system and compressor was cycling then just quit cycling and ac light on instument panel is flashin


probably to much Freon! when adding Freon always put a/c to its coldest setting and make sure its on max!

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Much freon c unit


There should be a sticker under the hood with the specs. If it does not have rear ac it should hold 3 or 4 cans if empty. You would use a gauge on the high side to check.
If you put too much in the high side pressure switch should cut power to the compressor clutch, but you could still damage the compressor.

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I have a '97 accord 4 cy. I recently put some


how much freon did you add? it sounds as if the system is overcharged and the compressor is starting to take in liquid refrigerant, which can be catastrophic to the compressor.

Apr 27, 2010 | 1997 Honda Accord

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My 1996 ford probe gt compressor is not clicking


The compressor will come on however with no freon it will burn up the compressor. Adding freon to any compressor just compounds the problem, unless there is a leak in the system.
/suggest you take it to an ac shop, cost about $65 to diagnosis the problem.

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The AC in my car doesn't work. Everything has been looked at and it system has been charged. Everything works out but no cold air. The you can hear everything come on just like it would with the heat. Any...


When you put on the A/C find out if the compressor is engaging. There are pressure switches for both too little freon or too much freon. If the compressor is not engaging there is a switch on the low pressure side close to the oblong cylinder where you put in the freon. Unplug the switch and put a jumper wire on the wire harness plug. The compressor should engage. If it does you either have too little freon or the low pressure switch is bad.

Aug 10, 2009 | 2004 Mercury Sable

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AC air is only cool, how do you recharge the compressor?


You can buy a can or,refil kit of R-134-A at walmart however only put the freon in on the low side (read the directions) if the freon gas will not go in; run an 18 gauge wire from the battery to the compressor clutch switch to run the compressor if the freon gas still won't go in it must be evacuated and, recharged by a shop. only put in enough freon to get the system cold any more than that and, you will lose cooling again (over charge)

Jun 11, 2009 | 1997 Cadillac DeVille

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I put freon in my car, but the air compressor didn't kick on i was told that ut wasn't my compressor because i couldn't move it freely with my hand. what else could be the problem??????????


your compressor it operated by a pressure switch .. which is located on the system .. when you have enough freon in the system it lets the compressor come on .. are you sure you put enough freon in the system ? how much did you put in before you quit ? it holds nearly 3 cans.. also did it work last season ok ? askingn these questions to make sure something else didnt go wrong.. get back i have a few other things that might help if freon dont fix it .. Thanks Jerry

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