"tom" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> your low side pressures are way to high. the max pressure for low side
> should be 45 lbs.
Right, it is high at IDLE. Normal at 2000 RPM, that means the compressor
isnt working well.
> "Shoe Salesman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> "Rob" <rjonese.removehere.@shaw.ca> wrote in message
>> >I know this is not a dodge group but there are good peeps here so i
>> >i would ask.
>> > anyone with experience on ac systems in a 96 neon?
>> > both cooling fans come on when ac is switched on so thats ok
>> > but when i stop at a light my ac get quite warm on excessive hot days.
>> > i checked the pressures
>> > idle
>> > 55-58 psi low side
>> > 180-190 high side
>> > i added a small amount of 134 a
>> > idle 60-62 psi low
>> > 200-210 high side
>> > rev it up a bit like to 2 grand and
>> > 2000 rpm
>> > 35-38 low side
>> > 250-300 high
>> > sorry i never saw the guages while reving the car but thats what i was
>> > told.
>> > is this right for 134 -a equipped cars?
>> > by the way while driving like about 30 miles an hour steady the ac
>> > cools
>> > off ok and on the highway is ice cold.
>> Looks like the compressor is getting weak. Your pressures look good at
>> rpm. You can try to help it out by running it on max and making sure the
>> radiator and condensor are clean.