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Old 08-24-2013, 11:29 AM   #1
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1995 v6 ac problem/question

Hello.i have a question involving the ac.when I purchased the car the ac didn't work.its been past a year and I love the car but the ac is a must have in hot weather.today I bought those little ac tanks that they sell in autozone.i started the car and put the ac on max but it made the littlest diffrence,also while pumping it the system there was air coming out of the entrance point sort of like when your filling up your tires and its working against you.dont know if that has anything to do with anything.also air doesnt seem to come off the vents in the dash only from the feet area and by the windshield.i bypassed my heater core awhile back buy i doubt it has anything to do with the ac.im starting from the simplest possible solution and beginning with the fuses but don't know where the except fuse will be located.any advice or suggestions will be appreciated.thank you
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Old 08-24-2013, 01:36 PM   #2
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Mechanics use a machine if the ac pressure is not there. I can not think of what the machine is called at the moment. IT basically sucks air out, so when the Freon is put in excess air does not occupy the space. I am not great at explaining this vs understanding how to do it.
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It's called a A/C vacuum pump. It pumps out all the air and water in the lines. It vaporizes the water and pulls it out. It will take a few hours to do it so make sure you a lot the time to do it. Rhe pumps run form $30.00 for a air operrated one on up to shop size and price. Best bet is if you haven't done it is to take it to a shop and have them do it I'm going throw that with my 2000 mustang now. Hope this helps.
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There's a website that sells them and other automotive tools its Automotive tools, auto supplies and mechanics equipment.
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Thanks guys.sure helps.ill look into this i can't wait to have it up and running.
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