Wow, that was so true.No problem but my post was to seek help, not have folks create more clutter to it ..
Nicely done! Did you replace the filter/dryer as well? I was always told that was necessary whenever the sealed system was opened up. Also, did you pull a vacuum before recharging?All done! Disconnected main breaker and 12V battery. We removed the bumper, front battery radiator & various hoses and replaced the AC Condenser. Refilled about 30oz of freon and topped off Dexcool in the 2 front reservoirs and everything seems back to normal. No major electrical plugs to disconnect, NO codes. Saved on $ also
Every component that gets replaced holds a quantity of oil. Service manuals usually call out how much oil to add during replacement.Yup, a new Desiccant container/bag comes attached to the new condenser, no oil needed. We vacuumed last night and left the gauge attached to see if we had any leaks, 20 hours later (6 pm this evening) and the gauge read the same. We put everything back today.