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Old 12-07-2005, 20:01   #1 (permalink)
'nuther Bayliner
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Re: A/C Refrigerant to Use


"L.A." <none@none.com> wrote in message news:...
> Use leak sealer and make sure that you don't use any freon with OIL in it.
> You DONT want more oil.
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> "Phil Kallis" <pkallis@ameritech.net> wrote in message
> news:3F29EAE5.D0100CB4@ameritech.net...
>> Dear Fellow Listers,
>>
>> I have '96 850, with an apparently leaking A/C system. I began to have
>> weak cooling a few months ago, so I charged it up with about 3 cans of
>> R-134, with good results.
>>
>> Now, it's time to recharge again, since the same symptoms are
>> re-appearing. Tonight, I bought 3 cans of R-134a, differing as follows:
>>
>> - One can is just straight R-134a
>> - Another can is "high mileage" R-134a, with "leak sealer". The text on
>> the can reads: "Interdynamics High Mileage Refrigerant 134a includes
>> Anti-Wear and Lubricant restoring additives, designed to achieve
>> smoother and quieter performance, protect against wear and extend the
>> life of a frequently used or older AC system. The leak sealer included
>> will seal most leaks (usually located in rubber components), except
>> those larger defects requiring mechanical repair".
>>
>> - The last can is 134a with UV Leak Check. Note: This dye is certified
>> to meet SAE J2297 for R134a and PAG lubricants. Ultraviolet leak
>> detection dyes should not be used unless they are expressly endorsed by
>> the A/C system and/or vehicle manufacturer or meet the requirements of
>> SAE J2297.
>>
>> The manufacturer of this dye is Genetron.
>>
>> Which refrigerant can be used? All of them? Only some, but not in
>> combination with others? Do I endanger the system with either the dye or
>> sealer refrigerants?
>>
>> Please hurry with cool answers, as it's hotter than Iraq here.
>>
>> Thanks.
>>

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