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See attached pic....the Denson compressor is labeled 210cc which is a hair over 7 ounces.
I don't have the Denso instructions in front of me but it states the compressor is prefilled for a full system charge. I'd hate to screw this up and have to buy a new compressor. Should I remove 1 ounce from the compressor and add it to ther dryer so I stay at 210cc or just add 1 ounce to the dryer?
Yes I am. I am not to sure with the answers I received from the last to experts.......
Not sure if this has anything to do with the amount of oil added but it has a hissing sound when the truck is running for alittle bit. You can here it when you are in the cab but when you are under the hood I hear it even more. When I shut the truck off the hissing continues and it gets even louder. It seems the sound is coming from the ac canister/dryer.
Most of the parts are OEM. I didnt want to buy a China kit/aut zone garbage and pay more in the long run. Name some parts off and I can confirm if it was oem or for example denso/delphi
Fomg talking to dodge ram owners the orfice tube is in the liquid line so if the orfice tube is bad the liquid line needs to be replaced.
The liquid line is new and I used OEM. It sounds like the sound is coming from the dryer/canister, which is also oem. When I am inside the truck I hear a hissing sound almost like running water where the evaporator is loacted. If I pop my head under the hood I hear it even more. If I shut the truck off the hissing sound gets louder and slowly dies down. Ac drain is draining properly.
I just looked into sanden and they both take the same amount of compressor oil....
I wasn't trying to argue with you nor put you under that impression. I am on the collision side of the auto industry so that is why I post questions on here since I do not have complete knowledge on the mechanical end.