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

The answer is not that simple. If there is any air in the system then you have to remove the R-12, fix all leaks, vacuum it down and then recharge. If you are "just" trying to "top off" it is kind of a guessing game because you never know how much is in the system so you can't know how much to add. Overfilling the system is BAD. Short answer is, Yes, you can top off with Freeze-12 but only under specific conditions. If you do not have a gauge set and cannot monitor the system pressures what you are attempting can be dangerous. Without the proper tools and experience work on the A/C system is best left to professionals. There are some jobs it just doesn't pay for the individual to try. Among them are the following:

Tire work, mounting and balancing   *        (The ones with the * I 
Alignment work                      *        (don't do, no one can do
Glass installation                           (it all!)
Frame repair
A/C work
Automatic transmission Out-of-Car Service
Radio repair
Painting                            *
Torsion Bar adjustment

Now I am sure you can pick one or more of these things to argue about. I pick them because they can be dangerous, you need experience and/or special tools, or it just doesn't pay economically to do it. Don't worry, there are still PLENTY of other things most people can do on their cars!!!!!!
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Chris Shepherd <chrisau79@...> wrote:
> Is it necessary to vacuum out R12 prior to charging with Freeze 12? How many cans of Freeze 12 are used to bring the system to full charge?
> Chris
> 06301
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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