PT Cruiser air conditioning 2005 PT Cruiser when I put stop leak in the line it says it's full how do I reduce pressure so I can add R134a

Asked by Jul 09, 2016 at 02:47 PM about the 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I added a can of stop leak to my air conditioner and it says it's full and I can't
put any R134a and do I need to put it in after the stop leak it doesn't seem to be
getting that cold but when I put in a can earlier it was only cold for one day the
next morning it was hot that's why I'm putting in the stop leak

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Pay $85-100 and have it evacuated, checked for leaks 30mm of vacuum ...and filled with the correct oil PAG,# and amount. Then filled to the correct weight ONLY proper way, of refrigerant 134A. That's what I suggest..

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