[DML] R12 and R134a
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[DML] R12 and R134a



It would seem that summer time is the time for lots of A/C posts.  At 
this time I need to replace all three main A/C hoses. The ones from 
the comp. to condensor, comp to evaporator, and condensor to 
evaporator.  There is no freon charge left as it all has leaked out 
and the compressor clutch kicks on and off real fast so I'm not 
running it anymore.  I'm just using the vents on speed 4(just replaced 
the circuit breaker).  

I was wondering if at this point should I convert my car to use R134a 
from the original R12. My car also has the early style accumulator 
still installed.  Would I have to replace that as well?  What is the 
difference between the two refridgerents?  I know that I can actually 
go and get R134a more easily that R12.  Other than that though I am 
not sure.

Thanks for all of the help

Japheth Deaux
VIN:1223








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