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Old 05 Jul 2004, 11:33 pm
CaptainKrunch
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Default A/C line pressures

96 Accord EX...what should the line pressures be on this thing. At about
40% humidity, 78 degrees Fahrenheit, I have about 20 psi on the low and 130
psi on the high.

I have the service manual but it has this stupid-ass chart with several
numbers, lines, dashed lines, percentages...etc. Christ they even talk
about percent of humidity but the service manual must be misprinted because
there is no mention of humidity in the chart?

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Old 06 Jul 2004, 08:21 am
Woody
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Default Re: A/C line pressures

I don't have the accord book but the Odyssey chart calls for around 40 on
the low side and 250 on the high side at 77F intake and 40 % humidity.


"CaptainKrunch" <nobody@nothing.com> wrote in message
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> 96 Accord EX...what should the line pressures be on this thing. At about
> 40% humidity, 78 degrees Fahrenheit, I have about 20 psi on the low and

130
> psi on the high.
>
> I have the service manual but it has this stupid-ass chart with several
> numbers, lines, dashed lines, percentages...etc. Christ they even talk
> about percent of humidity but the service manual must be misprinted

because
> there is no mention of humidity in the chart?
>
> CaptainKrunch
>
>



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Old 06 Jul 2004, 08:48 pm
Chip Stein
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Default Re: A/C line pressures

"Woody" <TheDuck@pond.net> wrote in message news:<MHxGc.33108$eH1.15877640@newssvr28.news.prod igy.com>...
> I don't have the accord book but the Odyssey chart calls for around 40 on
> the low side and 250 on the high side at 77F intake and 40 % humidity.
>
>
> "CaptainKrunch" <nobody@nothing.com> wrote in message
> news:j-udnedTx8ipsXfdRVn-sA@comcast.com...
> > 96 Accord EX...what should the line pressures be on this thing. At about
> > 40% humidity, 78 degrees Fahrenheit, I have about 20 psi on the low and

> 130
> > psi on the high.
> >
> > I have the service manual but it has this stupid-ass chart with several
> > numbers, lines, dashed lines, percentages...etc. Christ they even talk
> > about percent of humidity but the service manual must be misprinted

> because
> > there is no mention of humidity in the chart?
> >
> > CaptainKrunch
> >
> >



at that temp. 30 and 150, 250 is high even for an oddesy,
Chip
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