Hello I have a 2006 Lincoln town car and I have an issue with the AC what's happening is every time I turn the air conditioning on a smoke is coming from the AC vents and it smells like the R134a

Asked by Aug 17, 2015 at 01:03 PM about the 2006 Lincoln Town Car Signature L

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Refrigerant really doesn't have smell so to speak. On a hot day I think you are pulling hot moist air from the outside, switch to the recirculating air. the smell could be because you need to change the cabin filter in the car....

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R134a has an odor near-undetectable. And with actual smoke you can see much more likely that is steam from heater core

One more thing: "Freon" is the nomenclature for any auto-A/C refrigerant gas these days. Even when you buy R134a at the parts store, it is sometimes labeled "R134a Freon" which is a misnomer. "Freon" is a Trademark for R12 owned by DuPont. I don't know how or why DuPont allows them to get away with labeling their products Freon

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