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How much R134a should I add to 2000 toyota? My a/c wont charge

\015 My last two attempts to charge my a/c have not had long term cooling sucess. This is unusual as I am accustomed to charging it once a year and it lasting. \012I read that I should add R134A on my next attempt and then add coolant immediately after.\012Does this help? And how much should I add? Just a small can?\012\012Thank you!\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 10-05-2021

Answers :

Not sure I understand. R134a is the refrigerant. So what else are you adding? The best solution is to find the leak and repair it. Leaks will continually become worse. Your system may not hold anything anymore. However having to much refrigerant will overcharge the system and not allow it to cool. All systems hold different amounts, there should be a sticker under the hood that tells you how many pounds the system holds.
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