How to Know If a Car Leaks R12 Freon?

Answer Older automotive air conditioning systems used the R12 freon, which was proven to be an environmental hazard and was later replaced with the 134a freon. Older systems can leak the R12, and locating... Read More »

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How to Detect Freon Leaks?

Air conditioning systems make our modern day rides a pleasure, especially in hot climates and in the summer. When an air conditioning system is not working properly, the first thing to do is to det... Read More »

Freon Leaks in My Window A/C?

A window unit air conditioner supplies cold air to rooms and sometimes entire floors of a home. This air is drawn in from outdoors and instantly is cooled using refrigerant that expands into gas, d... Read More »

How to Test for Freon Leaks in Evaporator Coil?

Detecting leaks in the evaporator core of your vehicle's a/c system can be a challenge. Tucked between the firewall and the dash on the inside of the vehicle, this radiator-like component is locate... Read More »

How to Convert a 1992 Cadillac 4.9 From R-12 Freon to R-134 Freon?

If your pre-1994 Cadillac needs air conditioning work, or simply needs the system recharged, the most cost-effective thing you can do is convert the system to R-134 freon. Because it was phased out... Read More »