Re: 1984 F250 6.9 A/C compressor
Sorry, Chipset, at 200 degrees, the pressure of the liquid would have to be over 500 psi to keep it a liquid, it might hit 250 degrees in a gaseous state with a pressure around 140-165 psi. R-12 actually will dry rot rubber and plastic quicker than brake cleaner (that is prone to get on the rubber hoses for the flex to the calipers). I totally agree with the oil flush, and that any oil left after the 4-6 ozs is drained will be contaminated. But, given the physical properties of brake cleaner, if the system is properly evacuated, it'll all be gone.
Prius repellant, just add gas.