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Old 06-21-2007, 01:24 PM   #1
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92 GrandAm 2.3. A/C - charge or convert

Low a/c output. Not blowing hot so figure there is at least some of the old style freon in there. It worked last summer and don't remember if I checked/ran it last winter. Usually do that just to keep the juices flowing. Never had any a/c service or problems since I baught it in early 98.

A couple hundred bucks and then some at the shop to convert
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about 40 buckes for the recharge kit at Murray's?

The kit has the new gas, hose and gauge and what looks like just an adaptor for the fitting. It can't be that easy. Don't the rubber rings and gaskets have to be replaced, too? Does it have to be purged/emptied? Is it "filled' to a particular volume or particular pressure?

Thanks. Keith
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Old 06-21-2007, 09:42 PM   #2
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Re: 92 GrandAm 2.3. A/C - charge or convert

Oops. How'd that get here?
Moved my post to Grand Am forum.

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