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 Do it Yourself Refill Auto Refrigerant?

Answer Recharging a car's air conditioner is best left to a licensed professional. If you are going to do it yourself, you can only use R134a refrigerant unless your car was made earlier than 1995. In tho... Read More »
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How do I use an auto refrigerant refill kit?

Finding the LinePop the hood of the car and prop it up. Look at the engine for the pressure lines. These will be two small lines that run close to one another. One will be marked with an "L" and th... Read More »
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How to Use an Auto Refrigerant Refill Kit?

Every vehicle's air conditioning system can loose its charge, meaning the air it blows out will no longer be as cold. If your vehicle's air conditioning system has lost its charge, it can be an eas... Read More »
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How to Refill Refrigerant?

As its name suggests, "refrigerant" is a liquid which aids air conditioners in keeping you cool. Just as is the case with other automotive fluids such as motor oil and gasoline with respect to your... Read More »
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How to Add Refrigerant to an Auto A/C?

For cars manufactured before 1995, there's really no need to learn how to add refrigerant to the A/C unit. That's because cars manufactured prior to that use R12 refrigerant which is now only avail... Read More »
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