Re: Car Air Conditioning

Pushing disposable cans of refrigerant is highly dangerous to the general public who knows absolutely nothing about how to properly add freon to the proper and safe level of their cars a/c system. If you
look at the specs for your cars a/c , it will tell you precisely how much refrigerant is required (IE : 1 lb. 5 ounces) ; this exact quantity of freon has to be measured in by a Service Technician with the correct equipment. You do NOT just 'add a shot' of freon to the system . Further, if Joe Public gets a shot of your freon in his/her eyes with blindness resulting, would you be willing to compensate him for his pain and suffering ?
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