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A/C Re-Chargeing Suzuki SX-4

When recharging the unit what is the max pressure for the high side.

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Your charging tool should have a gauge on it that shows proper PSI for low and high sides, but only put refrigerant in the low side. Trying to put it in the high side will likely cause the cylinder to burst.

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Testimonial: "I have guages, but is'nt each veh. high pressure differnt? I just wanted to be sure as I was putting the freon in on the low pressure side to be able to watch the high side."

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