BostonETC97 Posted April 15, 2008 Report Share Posted April 15, 2008 Hello! As the spring progresses, I'm planning on recharging my a/c, as it wasn't as cold as it should have been last summer. I had a new compressor put in a few years ago, and have added refrigerant via "walmart r134-a refill can" at some point (or points) in the past years. I now know the importance of using manifold gauges, and won't be repeating my "add-a-bottle" of refrigerant again! Without a doubt, I now realize there is FAR too much oil in the system. What is the correct way to remove the oil, and properly recharge the system? I know I need to draw a heavy vacuum on the system to remove all the gas, but is there a method of "flushing" oil from the entire (or most of) the a/c system? Thanks for the help! -Scott Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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