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I've never had a york set up but from a mechanical perspective i am sure this is NOT how it's supposed to sound...

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This unit is a reman unit, i can tell because there is still a shinny sticker with a bar code....pretty sure that wasn't OEM in 68 lol.

anyway I have been reading a few different forums but I haven't found the answer and thought someone here might know. The unit is converted to 134. It might just need oil. I know there is a servicing port on top of the compressor unit and people recommendPAG 34 but the servicing procedure is unclear. Some say you have to isolate the case?? I am also reading that depending on how the unit sits that there are different levels of oil needed. Has anyone added added/adjusted oil AFTER the system has been charged?

I haven't ran the compression except for this video and the 1st time I turned it on, heard the noise and then turned it off.
 

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As a matter of fact, the Service Manual outlines checking oil level and adding oil. That's what the bolt in the top-center of the pump is for.
 

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As a matter of fact, the Service Manual outlines checking oil level and adding oil. That's what the bolt in the top-center of the pump is for.
yep I fell like a dumb _ _ _
Info is right there on page 16-30. I will have to take it to an A/C person since the compressor needs to be vac'd after the oil level is checked/adjusted.
Now I just need to find an A/C place that knows what they are doing..

thanks GT
 
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