I did a rough search, but couldn't find what I really was searching for.
Anyway, I was thinking I need to recharge my A/C because it hasn't been blowing as cold as it used to for almost a year. I took a ride in Spike's car and his cabin got a lot cooler then mine did in the same amount of time under all the same conditions.
My question is: What happens if you put too much "freon" or refrigerant into the A/C system?
I know I have some in the system because it does get cold, but not very quickly. Don't want to pay to get the system flushed and what not.
2006 Nissan Altima 2.5S Special Edition
Originally Posted by j_archer_69
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i seen all them refills at walmart. try it. AT YOUR OWN RISK!!MUAHAHAHAHAHAH
Naw i remember some one here tried it and failed and it blew up? and i heard from someone else if you do it right it's all good.
Altima 2013 2.5 SL
Mods: HIDs 5000k low beams(XB35Bulbs),Racingline front strut bar, BT Led footwells front and back, CFL Truck lights, yellow film on parking lights, LED's license plate lights, HID Foglights 5000k and Installed led DRL's
Next mods : Mud guards, Front lip, and Short Ram intake.
Chemical Guys and Mothers products to keep it clean.
But my problem is that I don't know how much is in there currently so I don't know how much to put in.
I was planning on getting the recharge kit from checkers or something. They're everywhere!
when i bought my alti it was in the winter so i couldn't test the a/c. of course when it started getting hot down here, i realized the a/c wasn't working correctly.
i bought the walmart freon stuff and it comes with a gauge that will tell you if you have too little, enough, or too much freon in the system. i had none! so i pumped that stuff in the system and my a/c was icy!
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