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Old 08-09-2022, 05:57 PM #31
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went ahead and ordered the denso unit from rockauto, as well as a new condensor, the valves for the low/high connections, and a freakin o2 sensor, changed the drivers side and now the passengers threw a code. so ordered the parts should be here in a couple days.

So basically same steps as before, once i have everything connected. vaccumm for a good 45 mins, close the lines, turn the truck on and than open up the high side and add freon..



When filling, Open the low side only. Do not open the high side. That freon can will explode with 225 psi.
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Rockauto listing showed factory oiled for the denso compressor I bought, box mentions nothing of oil, should I be worried?
When the new compressor arrives, empty out the oil. What you will do next is remove the old compressor, dump out the oil into a cup. Then put the same amount of new oil into a different cup with fresh oil. That is the amount you need to add to the new compressor. It may or may not be the same amount as what it was shipped with.
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When filling, Open the low side only. Do not open the high side. That freon can will explode with 225 psi.
sorry meant the low side. do i vaccumm with the oil in there???
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sorry meant the low side. do i vaccumm with the oil in there???
Yes. Add the correct amount of oil to the compressor before installing it.

Great video on how to quickly add PAG oil to the AC system.

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so vaccummed for a little over an hour, held at 25.
locked both valves.
connected the can of freon, bleed the line of air
turned the truck on, thought the a/c was on
went back and opened low side, than realized i didn't even turn the a/c on
turned a/c on
during the filling of one can, the compressor kicked on
ghettoed rig my tiny scale since it read oz, read 22oz, emptied 9-10oz out of can #2.
gave it a couple seconds and the high side started building pressure was in the 275-300 range .
went from one side during can #1 being cool
to now both sides are cool
i took it for a spin around the block seems to be doing its job.
will post back on an actual hot day, as it rained here in florida and it was a bit cooler than usual.
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Great Job, @daprotege5 for sticking with it!

looks like @Drcoffee is an genius on these things! Glad for his expertise.
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Great Job, @daprotege5 for sticking with it!

looks like @Drcoffee is an genius on these things! Glad for his expertise.
my dad forced me to wrench when i was young, nothing like reaping the benefits of it as i'm older. i kinda hate anyone working on my cars, and its rare i'll take it somewhere for help. but..........

the forum is definitely a big blessing, love that we can all share knowledge.
appreciate the help fellas!
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