If you ever do run out of R-12, as I have, check out autofrost.com.
They have a "drop-in" replacement with the EPA number #406a.
Been a few years since I have used it, but it worked great on the
Unfortunnately this '93mtx has several issues with electrical system
and the front suspension that still keeps this SHO from the daily
However with 285k the motor still runs great!
regards, Jim White
At Tuesday, 27 June 2006, Mark Nunnally <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Just had to top off the 92 (R12) last week. I've got a compressor leak
>(from the shaft seal, oil, I'm sure freon to). That being said,
>the evap line and the dryer itself, I've never touched anything
>the clutch) since I bought it in '97. It had a reman Ford compressor
>before I bought it (40k maybe?) and it's still chugging (227k),
>bit noisy. Everything else is pretty hammered (including the bug
>filled condenser), I'm amazed the thing still blows 40 degree air
>Still got about 16 cans of R12 left, tis a slow leak, should last
>On 6/27/06 7:45 PM, "Ian Fisher" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I've heard a lot of good things about
>> Let me know how this works out. Wanna do my car too?
>> --- Robert Bruce <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> It is time to do a full replacement of the AC lines
>>> on my 95. Is there any particularly good source for
>>> new lines? Does anyone
>>> have a listing of part numbers for a gen2 mtx?
>>> Bob Bruce
>>> 92 w/ a mod or two
>>> 95 mtx 100% bone stock
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