[DML] Re: recharging my R-12 system with R-416A (another update on #2613
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[DML] Re: recharging my R-12 system with R-416A (another update on #2613)

First of all IMHO it is NOT the "best" way to go converting to -134.
As long as R-12 or it's drop-in replacements are available it is still
better to stay with the origional system. If you are dead-set to
converting, then unless you know what you are doing and have the
proper equipment to do it, you should take the car to a shop that has
experience at, and knows how to do it. A proper conversion involves
removing all of the origional refrigerent, oil, seals, dryer, service
valves, and labels. Testing for leaks, pulling a hard vacuum for an
extended period of time, and a through operational test. Even with all
of that you WILL lose between 10%-20% of your cooling capacity. Most
of the time you will not notice it but when it is REALLY hot you will.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Farrar <fhudkins@...> wrote:
> So now I am curious.
> The shop I use for my other car is a NAPA place right around the
> They've done a shedload of R-12 conversions over the years.
> Since the DeLorean's a/c system is basically a GM system, do you think 
> they could be trusted with a conversion to R-134a, or should I risk 
> doing it myself? I don't know anything about compressors and I am
> I would damage something -- and that's an expensive part to replace..!
> Please express your opinions ... gently. ;-)
> Farrar Hudkins
> #2613 (auto -- with stock springs installed Friday!)


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