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89 corvette with nippondenso 10pa20c compressor

gerard_vg on Thu April 08, 2004 10:29 PM User is offlineView users profile

Year: 1989
Make: chevrolet
Model: corvette
Engine Size: 383
Refrigerant Type: R12
Country of Origin: Australia

Hi have updated the old r4 comp to the newer nippondenso of an 89 corvette (has 10pa20c on the label)
no one in australia can tell me how much a/c oil to put in it or the correct refrigerant weight for proper charge
have an 85 corvette and have updated bracket compressor to 89 and installed the 89 vette orifice
i believe the compressor to be dry ...no oil as i cannot get any out no matter what position i put the compressor and includes turning the clutch assy , would appreciate any help with this matter thanks
regards
gerard_vg

calairematt on Thu April 08, 2004 11:33 PM User is offlineView users profile

10pa20c is for a corvette application so should be okay. do have my spec manual in front of me but 7 ounces for the whole system should be a correct oil charge. as far as refrigerant. i wont be able to look that up until tomorrow .. or rather today if your in Australia.

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Matt

Independent shop parts and airconditioning specialist.

gerard_vg on Fri April 09, 2004 1:10 AM User is offlineView users profile

Thanks Caleirematt !!
yeah the gas charge in weight would be great as its an orifice system so that throws out the sight glass way of charging the system with fresh R12 so there should be a weight for correct charge in the book
thankyou
regards
gerard_vg

jdc25180 on Sat April 17, 2010 12:37 AM User is offline

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Originally posted by: calairematt
10pa20c is for a corvette application so should be okay. do have my spec manual in front of me but 7 ounces for the whole system should be a correct oil charge. as far as refrigerant. i wont be able to look that up until tomorrow .. or rather today if your in Australia.

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