Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by dilbeckskate, Jul 8, 2017.
no rain for 4 days...
top is off !
I hope you're 609 certified. There's a lot that can go wrong, and unless you're certified you're really not even supposed to touch an r12 system.
Also, congrats on getting a garage. It's a nice feeling to have enough cars that you can play eenie minie moe each morning.
lol me certified ? never, am taking proper precautions though and using a actual ac machine
Center caps came in
bought a nice 96 SPX 720
how heavy is the cap?
meh 200lbs ish , wonky for 1 person but 2 people can carry it easy
OJ's bronco is going up for sale next week.
So it would appear that while I've been away, Dilbeck has turned into Kenny Powers.
I've had a 609 card for almost a decade now, nothing other than a test that consists of 'herp derp common sense.' No real precautions to take when converting from R12, empty the system and drain the oil and put ester oil in and then fill to capacity with R134. For ever and ever I always heard all sorts of stuff from "you have to change the compressor and drier" to "you have to change every single seal" to this and that...and at the end of the day, I've never ever ever ever seen one NOT work from just emptying the old stuff and filling with new stuff, unless there was another preexisting problem.
lol you arent the first to make the Kenny Powers comment , and yes nothing special is needed and ive got quite a few customers that swear that some of the coldest AC they have ever done are R12 systems just sucked down and replaced with R134 and oil , I have to replace the compressor on my truck I can get it to engage and cycle but it started making a nasty noise soon as we got it working (the ac compressor was unplugged when I got the truck soo assuming it was already bad) , I love this truck and that ole SeaDoo is the most fun ive had for $1500
love this thang
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