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Re: R134a Conversion (archive)

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Posted by mike on October 02, 2000 at 23:34:00:

In Reply to: R134a Conversion posted by Paul Ikeda on September 27, 2000 at 20:10:58:

I also put in some 134a. all thats needed is an adapter fitting for the low pressure side (the bigger hose that follows the contour of the strut), a can of compressor oil, 3 cans of 134a, and the hose w/cann tapper. costs about fifty bucks. I have had no problems to speak of so far and its been two months..

Has anybody converted their a/c system from R14 to R134a??

Was it expensive??
Did you notice any difference??

Where did you buy the parts??


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