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What gas or freon do you use, and how do you recharge a

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What gas or freon do you use, and how do you recharge a electronic compressor? It's a Toyota 2008 Camery
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Toyota
Expert:  Cary York replied 3 months ago.

The Freon is the same as a non-hybrid. R134A. How ever the A/C oil in the system is a different oil. ND-OIL 11 or equivalent. It is non-conductive. Freon capacity 480 to 580 g (16.9 to 20.5 oz.). Oil capacity (Oil capacity inside the new electric inverter compressor: 120 to 135 cc (4.1 to 4.6 fl.oz.)) - (Remaining oil amount in the removed electric inverter compressor) = (Oil amount to be removed from the new compressor when replacing)

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