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Old 06-08-2014, 05:29 PM   #1
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90 GT A/C Conversion

Hey everyone, I recently got a 90 gt and the ac doesn't work, previous owner said its probably a leak. I live in southern AZ so my ac is a little important lol. I was wondering if anyone with a fox body has done the Hose Wizard's R134a Conversion Kit, or if it would be better to get the R12 system repaired. The conversion kit is a little pricey, but the fact that I would be able to drive my car in the 115+ degree weather here makes it worth it. I think it would be better in the long run, but does anyone have any suggestions or experience with the conversion kit? Any info would help immensely, so thank you in advance! Have a good one!

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On my last fox I replaced all the O-rings, put the R12 to 134a adapters on the connectors and had it vacuumed and filled with 134. Worked fine.
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Hmm. I always hard it wasn't a good idea to put the 134 in a 12 system because the 134 needs to run at a higher pressure so it leaks out from all the nooks and crannies. I'll try that though, it sounds a lot less expensive

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I did the Hose Wizard R134 conversion on my 89 GT. It works great and is noticeably cooler than my previous R12. The instructions it comes with are pretty lame, but they get the job done. Plus you can call them to help with any issues.
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