Engine Size: 1.9L
Refrigerant Type: 134A
Country of Origin: United States
PLEASE ANSWER MY OTHER POST (JGCOX6) CONCERNING THE 150CC OR 200CC OIL..TO ADD OR NOT..
Try to avoid questions I don't know the answer to, Tim has the charts for oil capacity. One ounce equals darn near 30 cc of fluid, so talking the difference between 5 and 6.6 ounces or 1.6 ounce difference.
Have no idea why you are changing your compressor, must be getting old myself, if the system worked satisfactory before it broke, just return it back to original, always seem to run into subtle problems, not enough room for the hoses, different hose connectors, different sheave, doesn't line up properly, belt drive problems, clutch coil resistance, the position of the connector.
So perhaps I am not the guy to answer your question.
I do appreciate you responding...sometimes just any answer is better than nothing. I really do appreciate you and your expertise. I have read many threads you have responded to and appreciate you for taking the time.
The issue I see with the original post is the use of a different year and model compressor. Was the evap, drier condenser different on the 95 versa the 98. One system may need a little more volume of lubricant where the other would be too much. NAPA has the listing for year, make and model. But that is tossed out the window as the original components are not being used. It's really just a guess between the two as to how much oil is needed.
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