Question about 1998 Chevrolet C1500
Yea I used low side it is retrofitted to r134a wanna put that in there the pump will run great at idle and I've let some out before my firebird was low and I just added some and it's blowing 35.9 but when I put gas on the s10 ac the one I'm working on it goes from 30psi and drops down past 25psi and then low pressure switch kicks it off
Posted on Jul 20, 2011
The ac system should be between 30-40 psi. If your doing it yourself one small can should be enough. You can buy a kit that has the can with a hose the has a pressure gauge on it. That gauge will tell you if you have enough freon in your system. When you charge it make sure the ac is on full max before charging
Posted on Jul 03, 2011
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