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Old 01 Jul 2011, 09:35 pm
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Default 1990 Accord A/C Retrofit to R134a

1990 Accord LX originally equip with R12. I would like to retrofit to R134a myself. I will have old R12 recycle by a professional and do the rest of retrofit myself to save money. I will change Receiver Drier / Accumulator and Expansion Valve. Does anyone know whether I can just flush Compressor, Condenser, and Evaporator or not? Especially my Compressor is still working and it blows cool air for about 20 minutes every time I turn it on, then blows hot air. If they can be flushed, how to flush them? Thanks!
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Old 05 Jul 2011, 09:02 pm
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Default Re: 1990 Accord A/C Retrofit to R134a

What kind of oil do I need PAG/Ester and how much do I need?
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