Type of Air Conditioner for Ford Aspire

Does the Ford Aspire use the old R-12 air conditioner which is harder to find freon(?) for, or does it use the modern R-13a(?) which they use now?
Also, useful links on this car in general?
LRH
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What year? Any doubt, look for the label on the rad support or underneath the hood which specifies what type of refrigerant is used.

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It's a 1995

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===================Most likely is 134A, you are close to the cut-off though, like Marvin said, check the label.
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or on a sticker on the header panel. Take a look at the fittings. If they are small like the valve stems on the tires, it's R12. If they are much larger than that, it's 134a, the cheap stuff. If should be the latter on a 95.
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