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New territory for me... I have a slow leak; but no time to repair it for a while. It took a good month for the refrigerant to completely drain – and with the cost of 134 so low – I thought if I could recharge the system myself it would last me through August.

What exactly do I need to do? Any special tools or equpment needed?

Thanks for any advice!
 

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Any parts store will sell what you need to recharge your 134a A/C. I would recommend you put in the kind with leak detect then you can find out where it is leaking.
 

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Dan didnt you just have that installed last month? Check the fittings to see if they are tight, its a small job looking for the leaks. And just as easy to fix, Not like a leaking rear main. ::
 

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Oh and what is the status of your fuse blowing-fuse block heating problem? If you posted a follow up I seemed to have missed it. John
 
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