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Re: R123a in A/C
> Why the fear of R134a? My '89 100Q 2.3 is running on R134a now, unmodified.
> No problems so far, and pleny cool. If anyone is interested the hows and whys,
> say so and I'll post more. (She does however exhibit the "surge" effect.)
OK, someone pls correct me if I am wrong, but I thought R134a was completly
incompatabile with existing systems?!
I am especially interested in this, as my A/C is dead right now, and I need
to fix it before I get heat stroke!
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