Model: Land Cruiser Prado
Engine Size: 3.0
Refrigerant Type: R-134a
Ambient Temp: 90 deg F
Country of Origin: Nicaragua
I have a toyota prado jeep. Like this one:
Year of vehicle: 1999
Make of vehicle: Toyota
Model of vehicle: Land Cruiser Prado or Land Cruiser Colorado LJ90
Engine size: (3.0) Diesel
Mileage/Kilometers: 150,000 km
I would like to know how much freon in pounds should I charge the prado's ac system with.
I also have a mitsubishi l200 double cabin pickup. Like this one:
Year of vehicle: 1997
Make of vehicle: Mitsubishi
Model of vehicle: L200 Double Cabin
Engine size: (2.5) Diesel
Mileage/Kilometers: 170,000 km
I would like to know also how much freon in pounds should I charge the l200's ac system with.
Check the label under the hood.
The Prado calls for 700 grams +or-50. If it has rear air, 900.
If your truck is the MK, 600 grams.
How much should those 700 grams of refrigerant measure in pounds when connected to a gauge?
The spec has nothing to do with pressure. 700 grams means you would start with the system empty (vacuum) and put in 700 grams of refrigerant. That is done by weighing the container of refrigerant while you charge. This is the only approved method to be certain you have the correct charge. Charging by pressure is always uncertain.
Edited: Sun February 10, 2013 at 6:01 PM by mk378
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