Engine Size: 3.2L
Refrigerant Type: R-134a
Ambient Temp: 80
Pressure Low: 50
Pressure High: 110
Country of Origin: United States
Charged the system and verified the proper amount of refrigerant (1lb-9oz according to vehicle placard, but I put 1lb-10oz just to make up for any gas not included from the service gauges to service ports on a/c system). Here's my numbers:
Condenser Discharge Temp: 105-degF
Pressures: 32 / 155
Vent Temp: 53-degF
Here's what I'm unsure about is the Service Manual Pressure Chart: 170-210 PSI @ 105-degF and manual says to add 2oz of R-134a at a time to achieve this pressure since it is undercharged at this pressure.
On the other hand, Mastercool Pressure Table: 135 PSI at 105-degF, which would assume my pressure is a bit high at 155 PSI with my present charge.
Any tips, ideas or suggestions? ...or leave it alone as is?
Edited: Mon August 29, 2011 at 11:42 AM by scusack71
28 ounces R134a.
I tried to upload a few images to post with my reply but I'm not sure how to pull them back off the server and past them into my reply. Unless... the images I uploaded were not going where I thought (they loaded but don't know where they went)? I used "upload image". I just want to send a reply and paste my images into the reply like you would with a Word document... does this work that way? Thank you for your patience
Edited: Tue August 30, 2011 at 4:34 PM by scusack71
After you upload it showed a link you need to copy and past each link. You can upload more than once if needed.
Ok... I made a mistake... the pics go to the burnt clutch post I made... thanks for helping and sorry for posting wrong
Edited: Tue August 30, 2011 at 9:05 PM by scusack71
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