how do i recharge the ac in a ford fusion 2008

Asked by Jul 21, 2017 at 02:51 PM about the 2008 Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

recharge ac in ford fusion 2008 it just pushes out  hot air

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Repair Shops have Complete AC machines that will leak test it. As long as there is no leak, they can charge it. Anything else is dangerous. The cans sold over the counter are very dangerous and do not set level correct. Our ac machine is a Robin Air Complete AC Machine.

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If the AC system is out of refrigerant there is a leak which must be fixed before charging the system.

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Go to Walmart and buy a kit. Then charge the A/C with it. There are two different sized fill or drain valves and if memory serves the larger one is for filling the A/C with refrigerant. Which ever one fits. Plus the better kits have a pressure gauge to check prior to discharging the refrigerant and afterwards.

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