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06-09-04, 12:52 PM   #1  
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1995 mustang ac

Thank you for taking my ?
I have a 95 ford mustang I had to replace the ac hose assem. I changed the dryer also I did not have to change the compressor. My question is how much oil should I refill it with and how much 134A should it hold. This is the first time I have tried anything like this.I am trying to save a few $$.I pulled a vac. for one hour and it held
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06-09-04, 01:30 PM   #2  
2 oz of oils should be sufficient and the refrigerant capacity should be on a sticker under the hood.

 
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06-10-04, 06:33 PM   #3  
Completely dry system requires 7.0oz's of PAG oil. Since you dont have a completely dry system I second Desi's suggestion of 2.0oz's.
To fill the refrigerant you will need 34.0oz's of R134a. This is just over 2lbs and if you are using the 12oz cans you will need 3 cans.
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