How to Add R-134a to a Chrysler 300?

Answer The Chrysler 300's air conditioner is a complex piece of machinery, so much so that most mechanics must be certified before their employers will let them touch an air conditioner. Not all maintenan... Read More »

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How to Replace the R-134A in a 1996 Chrysler Sebring?

The air conditioning system in the 1996 Chrysler Sebring was equipped with EPA compliant R-134A refrigerant from the factory. The air conditioning system is considered a closed and sealed system, b... Read More »

How to Mix R12 & 134A?

A vehicle's air conditioning system is powered by gaseous refrigerants of the type R12 or R134a. While traditionally they are both used exclusively in an AC system rather than together, they can be... Read More »

How to Add R-134A to a Chevrolet?

Servicing your own air conditioning system to replace lost refrigerant is a good way to keep your auto repair costs down. The R-134A refrigerant in your late model Chevy is the replacement for the ... Read More »

How to Add 134A to an R12 System?

Cars manufactured before 1995 will eventually lose the charge in the air conditioning system and require additional Freon. The problem is, those vehicles have R12 in the air conditioning system, ... Read More »