So what's the best way to release the AC Refigerant gas on a
v8q at bellsouth.net
Mon Jun 9 19:00:35 EDT 2003
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Yep - not cheap... (and you need a license).
Mexico (and points south) - its still readily available, and cheap (and
they happily release it to the atmosphere, too. Must be one of them
environmental treaty things. They can, we can't...)
Livolsi, Stephane wrote:
>Wait a minute! You guys can still get R12?
>(from the People's Republic of Canada)
>>From: Ti Kan[SMTP:ti at amb.org]
>>Sent: June 9, 2003 12:11 PM
>>To: rrrrraudi at yahoo.com
>>Cc: santoli9 at cox.net; livinotte at cox.net; quattro at audifans.com
>>Subject: Re: So what's the best way to release the AC Refigerant gas
>>on a coupe quattro....
>>mike mcclurg writes:
>>>Can they recover it and put it into cans so I can
>>>reuse it? I want to replace the compressor in my 100q
>>>that locked up on the highway and demolished the belt.
>>>Still has a full charge of R-12 in it and I have a
>>>good compressor from a 5k. Would love to be able to
>>>reuse the R-12 without paying shop rates to R&R the
>>I don't think a shop will put the R-12 in a can and give it to you.
>>However if you are in *real good terms* with the shop they may offer
>>you a credit so that when you return for a recharge it could be applied.
>>Most shops would prefer to do the whole job for you, rather than
>>bother with this back-and-forth thing.
>>2003 A4 1.8T multitronic
>>2001 S4 biturbo 6-sp
>>1984 5000S turbo
>>1980 4000 2.0 5-sp
>> /// Ti Kan Vorsprung durch Technik
>> /// AMB Laboratories, Sunnyvale, CA. USA
>> /// ti at amb.org
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