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Airconditioning ( 930)

Hello to you. Is there some wheat here is how to fill the freon and air vent / varcum the airconditioning on a turbo 930 Śrg.78

Sincerely John.
Old 10-15-2009, 09:07 AM
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Ok guys, you all know I spell like s..t so I think he is asking about
his a/c system and how to charge it!!!!
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back side of the compressor, you may need a r134 adaptor kit, local auto parts stores sell them.
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to save you a major headache 134a will turn your oil into taffy 134a is only compatible with polyol ester oil your sys uses mineral oil there are other new refrigerants out there that will work with min oil mp39 r409a and many others that will do. if you see a refrigeration service truck ask the mechanic he will most likely charge your sys for a few bucks tell him you need a refrigerant copyable with mineral oil
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JEOS, I don't understand the question but in any case this could be dangerous if not done properly...

Use the LOW pressure nipple (suction side) of the compressor. I use a product called Duracool replacing R12 - freon - works great... there are many threads here on that topic, due your search before messing with it..

Regardless, 6 posts? what about a picture of your car?

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sounds like you want the system vacuumed then refilled. Best left to an A/C mechanic with proper tools as it seems you are not familiar with that type of "hands - on" work.
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