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I assume you are talking about the energy saver type U tube glass, or spiral glass tube (low pressure mercury vapour)
These work fine outdoors, I have used them for 15 years or so in my outside glass ball light fittings. They soon warm up and vapourize the mercury in the tube, the glass is fine.
The AC is charged with R134 refrigerant through the low pressure side of the system, the charging port is on the Accumulator/Receiver Dryer, this is a round canister under the hood on the drivers side near the rear of the engine bay. Below is a picture of the Accumulator so you can ID it.
just turn of the wiper switch turn off the key 30 sec later, move the wiper arm to the park position, then remove the caps plastic caps at the start off the wiper arm ( if fitted) and then tigthen the nut there and that should fi it
This is just a suggestion but you should check to see if you have a thermostatic control switch in your evaporator this could be the cause if the intermittent problem.The switch is actually used tokeep your ac from freezing up i believe.