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HI this depends alot on how old it is, but i would say lowside between 1-10lbs and high side 80-140lbs.



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Up to 150 lbs = 0 psi
150 - 200 lbs = 0-10 psi
200 -250 lbs = 5-15 psi

RIDER WITH PASSENGER
Up to 150 lbs = 10-15 psi
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Low side pressure specs for 2003 silverado2500hd


Ambient Air Temperature
Relative Humidity
Service Port Pressure
Maximum Left Center Discharge Air Temperature
Low Side
High Side
13-16°C (55-65°F)
0-100%
150-246 kPa (22-36 psi)
730-1190 kPa (106-173 psi)
12°C (54°F)
19-24°C (66-75°F)
Below 40%
150-280 kPa (22-41 psi)
900-1390 kPa (131-202 psi)
14°C (57°F)
Above 40%
179-137 kPa (26-46 psi)
990-1500 kPa (144-218 psi)
16°C (61°F)
25-29°C (76-85°F)
Below 35%
218-328 kPa (32-48 psi)
1240-1640 kPa (180-238 psi)
17°C (63°F)
35-60%
236-342 kPa (34-50 psi)
1290-1680 kPa (187-244 psi)
18°C (64°F)
Above 60%
250-365 kPa (36-53 psi)
1340-1760 kPa (194-255 psi)
20°C (68°F)
30-35°C (86-95°F)
Below 30%
266-386 kPa (39-56 psi)
1500-1940 kPa (218-282 psi)
21°C (70°F)
30-50%
280-397 kPa (41-58 psi)
1540-1990 kPa (224-289 psi)
22°C (72°F)
Above 50%
300-430 kPa (44-62 psi)
1600-2070 kPa (232-300 psi)
24°C (75°F)
36-41°C (96-105°F)
Below 20%
328-439 kPa (48-64 psi)
1810-2240 kPa (263-325 psi)
25°C (77°F)
20-40%
337-457 kPa (49-66 psi)
1840-2290 kPa (267-332 psi)
26°C (79°F)
Above 40%
355-474 kPa (52-69 psi)
1890-2340 kPa (274-340 psi)
27°C (81°F)
42-46°C (106-115°F)
Below 20%
391-491 kPa (57-71 psi)
2130-2500 kPa (309-363 psi)
29°C (84°F)
Above 20%
397-508 kPa (58-74 psi)
2160-2550 kPa (313-370 psi)
30°C (86°F)
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What are the AC pressures supposed to be on a 2000 Monte Carlo?


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My ac was blowing fine and cold until my ac compressor went out. i bought a used ac compressor wit new dryer/accumulater, and orfice tube. i had that for awhile and i replaced it again because the air...


If the car was retro fitted with R134a this was a common problem. There was a low side pressure sensor that needs to be changed. R134a runs different pressures than the r12.. When you go down the road the condenser cools off the system and the pressure drops below the minimum pressure. You need to make sure that the system is fully charged, not just cold to the feel. Both pipes coming out of the firewall need to be the same temp. this makes sure that the evaporator is flooded.
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Not cooling at all.


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It could be out of Freon, or the compressor may not be operating.

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What should the compression be for a 1983 GS650GT, I have readings of 160 psi on three cylinders and 180 psi the other, I'm going to redo the check again with a different compression tester.


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Your bike's engine has a compression ratio of 9:4:1
here is a guide frm compression ratio to psi :-
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8.5>1= 102.9 - 110.25 psi
9>1= 110.25 - 117.6 psi
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10>1= 124.95 - 132.65 psi
10.5>1= 132.3 - 139.65 psi
11>1= 139.65 - 147 psi
11.5>1= 147 - 154.35 psi
12>1= 154.35 - 161.7 psi
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Whats A/C pressures for a 98 Cherokee?


Ambient 21°C 27°C 32°C 38°C 43°C
Temperature (70°F) (80°F) (90°F) (100°F) (110°F)
Air Temperature -3 to 3°C 1 to 7°C 3 to 9°C 6 to 13°C 10 to 18°C
at Center Panel
Outlet (27-38°F) (33-44°F) (37-48°F) (43-55°F) (50-64°F)
Evaporator 179-241 kPa 221-283 kPa 262-324 kPa 303-365 kPa 345-414 kPa
Inlet Pressure
at Charge Port (26-35 psi) (32-41 psi) (38-47 psi) (44-53 psi) (50-60 psi)
Compressor 1240-1655 kPa 1380-1790 kPa 1720-2070 kPa 1860-2345 kPa 2070-2690 kPa
Discharge
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