IF you know how to recharge it you can get your 609 certificate online
Real easy to do just download the book and take the test.
Saw the question about R-19? Never heard of it.
Basically IF you want it to be serviced by any normal shop your choices
are R-134A or R-12. Most shops won't even hook onto a vehicle with any
of the blends in them.
Personally I'd just find a shop and have them vac it down, check for
leaks, recharge with R-12. Probably should have the compressor seals
replaced considering the year.
Should run about 150.00 or so plus the cost of the seal repair. Then you
would be right back to original condition. With a conversion van you
need all the cooling you can get. Especially if you have leather
interior. Mine has Dark blue exterior and Royal blue leather interior.
Let it set in the sun a bit and you could cook inside the beast.
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