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Old 08-03-2004, 09:26 AM
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AC Pressure Specs for 1997 Ranger Needed

Need to add some regrigerant to my AC I have a F77H Compressor. Can someone please tell me the recommended pressure for this unit?



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if i remember correctly R134A operates at 45 Lbs. on the low side and R12 (hard to find these days ) is slightly higer..,...
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