[DML] Re: Freeze 12?
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[DML] Re: Freeze 12?

Depending upon the literature you read, the vote seems
to be split on if adding Freeze12 to an R12 system
causes problems. The manufacturer of Freeze 12 says
that mixing it with R12 is fine and causes no
problems. I've talked to guys who have mixed the two
with no visible problems (and they have been running
the mixture for over 2 years).

However, the manufacturer also says that mixing
refrigerant is a bad idea because if you have to
service the AC there are very few places that will be
willing to evacuate your system if there is mixed
refrigerant. Therefore, the best idea is to get your
current system emptied and then charged with Freeze

Some will say it performs better than R134A. I've got
it in my DeLorean's AC system at the moment, but the
compressor is being a little quirky so I can't say for
certain if it's better. What I can say is that when
the system DOES work, the air being dumped out gets
colder faster than the R134A in my primary car, but at
the moment it seems to get only a little colder than
the R134A. 

VIN 2234

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