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Old 08-06-2016, 10:43 PM   #11
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Correction to the above , I have NOT tried rolling the window down with the AC on again . TheReaper!
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Did we ever establish if this is R12 or R134a?

I have heard some stories, but,

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According to the shop ití* at now , they had it over filled and the inlet and outlet was some how epoxied closed .
And it is still doing the same thing......my guess is a pressure cycling valve that is not cycling all the time....
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It'* R134a , it was done by the previous owner but it wasn't tagged for some reason ?

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Did we ever establish if this is R12 or R134a?

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And it is still doing the same thing......my guess is a pressure cycling valve that is not cycling all the time....
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I meant pressure cycling switch on the accumulator, not pressure cycling valve...
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R134 and R12 use operate at different pressure. Your refrigerant might be low, R134 should be filled at 80 percent in R12 system. My 1989 was retro fitted with R134 and the I had to turn the screw in the pressure switch 1/4 turn cc to keep the compressor from cycling too early.
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