Did the refill this morning and then went fishing. The trip is about
100 .miles round trip. exterior temp read 96, AC wor.ked beautifully.
No refrigerant leak during the recharge and none during the trip. Time
to do the repair 10 min. Total cost of the refill $15.15 including
>Yes, the inlet is under the hood on the passenger side. And the procedure
>to refill is just as you described.
>I had the same problem with my XLT and that's the way I fixed it.
>"Stephen M. Gluck" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> My '97 EB needs a on AC charge of refrigerant. There is still
>> refrigerant in the system but not enough. A couple of questions. Is
>> the charging inlet on the top of the compressor under the hood on the
>> passenger side ? Anybody have any experience with a recharge kit. I
>> semember doing a refill on my '70 Monte Carlo. Is the procedure to
>> turn on the engine and AC attach the hose and valve to the inlet and
>> cannister and open the valve until the cannister is empty and close
>> the valve and disconnect. BTW there are no leaks of refrigerent. I had
>> some work done on the HVAC and i beleive the service station did not
>> fully charge the AC.