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Re: 134A conversion (archive)

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Posted by ADAM P on May 20, 2001 at 17:50:29:

In Reply to: Re: 134A conversion posted by Alex on May 20, 2001 at 16:20:02:


I had the dealer do an R134A conversion on my '88, it was about 250 with the new refigerant. I also had an '84 Land Cruiser converted to R134A. So far on a 90 day the coldest I've got the M down to is 37, the Land Cruiser I got down to 18. I'd say thats more than enough cooling power. Both A/Cs weren't working when I bought the cars, so I had them converted and charged, so I can't say how cold they got on R12.


DO YOU HAVE ANY SPEFICS ON WHAT WAS REPLACED? THAT WOULD BE REAL HELPFULL..





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