Engine Size: 429
Refrigerant Type: 134
Country of Origin: United States
I'm in the process of repairing and converting the AC on my 71 T-Bird to 134. I've already replaced the compressor, new York style, - old one was leaking - receiver dryer, expansion valve and the condenser core - fittings disintegrated when I took the hoses off the old one. I'm planning to use ester oil and have my partner's mechanic son pull a deep vacuum and charge it with 134. I need to know how much and is just pouring the liquid into the compressor the way to go or is the stuff that is pressurized in a can with some r134 better?
Forgot to mention above, I did go through the entire system and replaced the original black o-rings with new green ones.
The oil goes in the sump on a York compressor. The manual for that compressor describes checking the oil level, and oil charge in detail.
York Compressor Manual pdf
"Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the act of depriving a whole nation of arms, as the blackest."
~ Mahatma Gandhi, Gandhi, An Autobiography, M. K. Gandhi, page 446.
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