What refrigerant do you use in a 2004 Ford T Bird
My 2004 T Bird is not blowing cold air. Can I replace refrigerant, can regular repair shop replace it, or only a Ford Dealer?
Use 134A and if you're handy you can do it yourself.
Just remember, there's a reason you lost freon in the first place. At the auto parts store you can buy 134A with dye in it to see where your system is leaking.
Right, I always leave the AC to the pro's. Due to finding the leaks, reapiring them and evacuating the system and charging properly. With the cans you will have cold for a short amount of time before it all leaks out again.
They are replacing the compressor today. Gotta have cold air, Thanks for your help.
Yeah. I live in the Philippines and A/C is a must!
All cars from 1994 and up use R134A. from 1993 and down is R12 which no one sales any more.
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