Anyone still using FRIGC FR-12 "Alternative" refrigerant?
"FR-12 refrigerant in 9.6oz. cans.
Purchase of this product requires EPA 609 License Certification. You will be asked to provide your license number at checkout.
NOTE: If you are planning on buying more than 10 cylinders or 10 cases (120 cans) of any refrigerant, please call for volume pricing discounts.
(Not allowed in Wisconsin.)"
Still contains R-134a, "FRIGC FR-12 39% HCFC-124, 59% HFC-134a, 2% butane FRIGC"
Still have to change the accumulator/receiver to an R-134a compatible type and should flush the system out as well, especially in a 16+ year old vehicle.
And with a price tag of eleven bucks for a nine ounce can of the stuff, not really worth it. Really do not understand the benefits of it.
A shorter answer would be simply, NO!
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