They service it to the proper oil level so that it remains serviced to the proper oil level. Ensure that the refrigerant that you're charging with also doesn't contain oil.Look at these directions.......No oil? Every time on U Tube they pour oil in the lines No liquid in lines. Whats up with that? Will gas only come out if I hold it strait up? Then it says turn hub ten times if you dont it voids warranty
Interesting.Thats what I thought I am going to call them at some point.The compressor should come with oil in it. The system as a whole has to have sufficient oil in it. If you are replacing the entire system you have to put a little oil in all of the components. Some in the condenser, evaporator, and the dryer. You need to know how much the system requires and make sure that what everything adds up to. At least thats how the installations had me do it for the system I installed.
Here it is. And buy the way Harbor Freight plastic disk tool to take off the spring locks didnt work on all of them I got to buy the Listle brand
That nasty accumulator hose on my non working AC is what prompted me to rip it out. I know that’s taboo on here for a lot of people, but hopefully one day, AC will be back on top of priority list, and I’ll be going through what Pete’s going through.I like that AC hose not running over the intake manifold. Some DEI heat shield might still be a good idea on the line and look better than the decaying foam pipe insulation most of us are likely to still have.
How well do the wire separators work and what brand are they? I realized yesterday my nice wires are laid out like spaghetti and I am lucky to not have misfire issues.