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Chrysler Seabring

sweede411 on Wed April 14, 2010 10:59 AM User is offline

Year: ?
Make: chysler
Model: Seabring
Refrigerant Type: 134A
Ambient Temp: 80
Pressure Low: ?
Pressure High: ?
Country of Origin: United States

Was looking at a friends car and do not have set of gauges.The air compressor was cycling on and off fairly quick. The can of refrigerant that I had purchased to add to another vehicle came with a gauge in the line that would read in the green when the compressor came on and in the red when the compressor cut off. From that info can anyone tell me anything.
Hoping for help.

Don Canada
AKA Sweede411

HVargas on Wed April 14, 2010 11:14 AM User is offlineView users profile

We can tell you a lot of things but without properly evacuating the refrigerant in there to see how low it is, leak checking it and properly charging it with R134a to the correct factory specified amount, we are just taking guesses. If you don't have the proper equipment to diagnose it, you can either purchase the right tools here, DIY Starter Kit or take it to a professional to make sure it get's done properly.


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