[200q20v] A/C Problem(s)

David Schaible dschaible at penw.com
Wed Jun 13 11:03:15 EDT 2001

actually we're waiting for warm weather test report from glen on the r134

At 06:31 AM 6/13/01 -0700, Arun Rao wrote:
>The low-pressure switch is accessible from under the hood --
>passenger-side firewall sounds right.
>If there's no leak in the system (unlikely, since you have low
>refrigerant), you could probably just fill 'er up with R12. 
>Retrofitting the car to take R134 was a $800 affair when I checked a few
>years ago: all depends on how long you plan to keep the car.  I did hear
>from some lister recently that they just filled it with R134 and it worked.
>Good luck!
>'91 200Q
>'00 S4
>"Hemberger, Chris" wrote:
>> In reviewing the Bentley, the
>> diagram seems to indicate it is located up along the passenger-side
>> firewall; is this correct? 
>>  Recharge with costly
>> R12 or retro-fit w/ R134a?  Any BTDTs? As always - Thanks in advance.
>> Chris Hemberger
>> 91 200Q Avant
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