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Old 05 Jul 2013, 02:20 pm
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Default How do i put freon in my 1997 honda civic?

Can I add it myself, or do I have to take it to a mechanic?
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Old 05 Jul 2013, 02:31 pm
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you can buy the do it your self bottles from autozone. you just hook up the hose to the low pressure side with the car on and the ac on. you gotta look up what is the max psi your system can hold
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Old 05 Jul 2013, 02:46 pm
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under your hood there is a decal for min-max amount freon used in the system. If you are off 1 tenth of a pound your ac will not work correctly. how much freon is in your system now befor you add more? There is no way to tell. TAKE IT TO A MECHANIC and if you dont be careful not to freeze your eyeballs if something goes wrong.
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