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gumbyguy27
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Feb 19, 8:58pm - #404432 
today i was installing a ground wire kit...not folowing directi

today i was installing a ground wire kit...not folowing directions and i unscrewed a bolt that held the ac compressor.or whatever it is called. and all the sudden this nasty smelling stuff blows in my face, my body, every where...even in my mouth,...so.after the effervesant gas/liquid stoped coming out, i rescrewed it together... my question to you is what should i do now...i read up on it before i started the car again and am almost positive its the ac compressor. so i drove it around... it seems like the ac works...but i cant really tell...its cold out side...oh,. and the check engine light does not come on...should i have the ac checked?

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Feb 19, 9:28pm - #404433 
your very lucky you can see. R134A can freeze your retnia instantly causing permanent blindness. Say your thanks and stop by your local shop and ask for them to refill your refigerant. Shouldn't cost much 134A is cheap...So lucky dude!

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Feb 19, 10:32pm - #404434 
HAHA for some reason this made me laugh. Bud seriously you did get lucky! Glad you can still see.

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Feb 19, 10:42pm - #404435 
^^^^^ yeah your lucky, next time read directions. could save your live next time.

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Feb 20, 2:21am - #404436 
oh shit, talk about your close calls.

damn bro, i didnt know that that shit can destroy your retinas. ouch.


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Feb 20, 2:44am - #404437 
youre an idiot...

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Feb 20, 6:00pm - #404438 
yeah. thank god i wear glasses too. shit got all in my hair my chest arms face...

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Feb 20, 9:54pm - #404439 
damn that sucks

i bet next time yoo'll read the directions twice before you start any projects

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Feb 20, 11:53pm - #404440 
as long as no atmosphere got in the lines all ya gotta do is replace the 134A which you can buy at places like autozone for like $10 a bottle.


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Feb 21, 10:54am - #404441 
That's why Installation Instructions are given to you for proper install. Glad your ok, because next time you might not be so lucky. Next time get yourself some soda, sandwich and some chips...lol Sit down and go over the instructions before your start to do anything. smile


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Feb 21, 11:04am - #404442 
heheh, ya dad and i have a business installing A/C in hot rod's and classic cars, 134a wont hurt you long as you dont get it in your eyes, the old R12 was the bad shit, but just go get ur frigerant filled and make sure they leak check around where you disconnected that bolt to make sure the seal is sealed, most of the time those compressor seals are a one time seal,

our cars use less than a pound, if it is even sorta cold you cant be more than a quarter pound down, so if you get charged more than like $10 - $20 they are riping you off.

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Feb 21, 11:06am - #404443 
...lucky bastard!!!!


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Feb 21, 2:29pm - #404444 
k. anyone know how to fill the stuff up that youbuy from pep boys? the r134a ac fill... or should i just take it somewhere. oh. where might be a good place to get the frigerant filled for me? not at the toyota dealership...they over price...

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Feb 21, 3:00pm - #404445 
we do it to our cars. jsut get hte bottle and the adapter. Only thing is we dont have a gauge to say how much to put in. my dad jsut puts in some random amount till the ac gets cold wink Man some people are jsut mean on here. Good thing ur alright bro. Take a pic of that bolt so i know not to go near it wink

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Feb 21, 3:07pm - #404446 
Look up AC work in the auto section of the phone book. This stuff is pretty much universal for imports and domestics. Don't do it yourself because shops can check for leaks and it will probably be faster than doing it yourself! It only takes me about twenty minutes if there are no leaks.


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Feb 21, 5:22pm - #404447 
alright thanks. and here is a diagram of the ac compressor..

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