Having problems with your 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee ?

How do I put freon into 1993 grand cherokee 5.2 engine?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-11-2019

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This system of using a can is dangerous and this sort of work should only be undertaken by a skilled technician with the right piece of machiney .The gas is weighed in ,not by a silly can thingy thats banned here in europe as being too dangerous
Look for the large ac line/hose coming out of the ac compressor,and follow that line until you come to a small ac port,this is the low side where you will hook up to to charge.I take it you have purchased a charge hose and freon?Put the can of 134a freon on the can tap at end of charge hose,and the quick connect will snap on the low side ac port on the vehicle.Turn the freon can upside down and turn the t handle on the can tap until it pierces the can.Start the vehicle,and set all settings high blower motor,max air,recirculate mode.The ac compressor should cycle on and off,this is normal,until there is enough freon in system.When the can starts to empty,shake the can lightly until empty.It will be hard to tell,but you will figure it out.Turn the can t-handle back out,and unscrew the can an repeat process until enough freon is in the system.You can get to much freon in the system.so see hoe much it takes to fill it on the label under the hood.If the system was not empty,it won`t take the fill amount,go slow,and feel the cold parts(large ac line near the firewall).They should get dern cool,to cold,and sweating really good.Stop when this happens,and it is cool inside.
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