I can't get into your system to answer this question. The answer is 34oz if totally empty. This means that unless your using a drum & charging cylinder, you will need (3) 12oz cans as you will loose a bit in transferring them. I hope you find a way to get this info into your system. John McCranie P.S. My email is email@example.com but your system says I'm already there but won't allow my password. Can you fix that?
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Passenger compartment fuse panel: The fuse panel is located below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal. Remove the panel cover to access the fuses.
Power distribution box: The power distribution box is located in the engine compartment. The power distribution box contains high-current fuses that protect your vehicle's main electrical systems from overloads.
If your AC system is empty...The condenser is in front of the radiator. 1. Use ramps or jacks or a lift to raise the car so you can work under it. 2. remove the splash guard under the radiator. 3. Remove the bolts holding the tranmission cooling lines. These also may also hold the bottom of the condenser on the AC line side. Move the cooling lines away from the AC lines. 4. Remove the nuts holding the AC lines to the condenser. You may have to hold the fittings with a vise wrench to prevent bending the pipes. 5. Remove the other lower condenser bolt and use the access holes to remove the top bolts holding the condenser. 6. Lower the condenser out. Reverse procedure to install the new condenser.
If you have the correct tools, this is a fairly easy job.
ok firstible who recharge the system? you or an autorepair? or are you a mechanic? if you say the pressures are ok, what are the pressures at? and sound to me like the system is overcharge, please answer my questions so we can comunicate better, are you just a car onwer, or are you a mechanic because i see on you ranking than you have it high, that way we will comunicate better,