[V6-12v] AC low pressure 134a quick connect on 95 A6?
beattyr2003 at cox.net
Sun Jul 16 12:58:37 EDT 2006
Ok so why cant I charge on the low side with the low pressure switch removed
and go through that Schrader valve? I could just short the switch to
indicate pressure which should allow the compressor to run.
I am really opposed to going to a dealer for my AC. If they wanted 90$ just
to give me radio codes, I shudder to think of what they would charge to
recharge the ac.
Audi makes excellent cars, but sometimes their engineers don't live in the
From: Brian O'Neill [mailto:briano_72 at yahoo.com]
Sent: Saturday, July 15, 2006 10:05 PM
To: Rob Beatty
Subject: Re: [V6-12v] AC low pressure 134a quick connect on 95 A6?
nope, just a high side fitting, you need a full a/c machine to do it and
charge threw the high side, you cannot get and should not make adapters to
charge from the high side with a can of freon, when running, the high side
can be up to 300lbs of pressure, and will make the can a grenade. that would
be bad !! that is why all the can adapters you see in your local stores are
low side only !!
Rob Beatty <beattyr2003 at cox.net> wrote:
Alright not much info seems to be easily found on the internet about this so
I'll ask some direct questions.
Is there a low pressure side quick connect port for 134a on the 95 A6Q? I
have found the low pressure switch that is threaded onto a Schrader valve on
the right side of the plenum at the firewall, but that's not quick connect.
Is there a suction side quick connect? Or am I just going to have to take
the car to a shop to have the AC charged? Its cycling the compressor so its
down some Freon, but its not fully empty. I would much rather spend the
12-14 on a can of Freon and a few bucks on an adaptor than the 75$ plus it
will cost at a shop.
Any btdt on this with you guys?
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