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Charging r134a how much charge does it take

I don't know how much the charge is. the sticker is all blurred.

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There should be a sticker on the front rad support/evap core case/accumulator indicating charge amount. The capacity should be 1lb 14 ounces or 30 ounces in total

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It doesn't take freon, it takes R134A. There should be a sticker in the engine compartment that tells the amount. but when filling low side should be somewhere between 25-45 and high side 150-300. if you are serious about charging your own system please purchase a set of manifold gauges. it is the only way to properly charge the system. Harbor freight tools has a set for $45 and big lots sells refrigerant for $6. using the pregauged cans to fill your system is a hack way to do it and can be harmful to your ac system. Properly charging the system has a direct relationship to the outside ambient temperature and you can find a R134A reference chart on google images with a simple search. Good luck and also there are some pretty good videos on youtube about using manifold gauges and recharging refrigerant.

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Not sure I understand. R134a is the refrigerant. So what else are you adding? The best solution is to find the leak and repair it. Leaks will continually become worse. Your system may not hold anything anymore. However having to much refrigerant will overcharge the system and not allow it to cool. All systems hold different amounts, there should be a sticker under the hood that tells you how many pounds the system holds.

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Refrigerant for 94 chrysler concorde????


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2003 toyota corolla a/c is not working


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