A/C PRO R134a Refrigerant Refill For Hybrid Vehicles (12 oz)
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- For hybrid vehicles
- Safely seals rubber leaks
- Restores lost oil
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Description for A/C PRO R134a Refrigerant Refill For Hybrid Vehicles (12 oz)
AC Pro R134a refrigerant is fully compatible and safe for all hybrid vehicle air conditioning systems. Recharges lost refrigerant, safely seals rubber leaks, restores lost oil and boosts cooling poweIt is fully compatible and safe for all hybrid vehicle air conditioning systems.
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Plugged into the "low" pressure valve connecter. Started Prius, ran engine, maxed out A.C inside car with lowest temps, and checked gauge at engine with adapter kit. Turned out to be no pressure at all. Ouch. Started plugging this can in. Released the twist valve, and boom, compressor starting making noises within 15 seconds (guessing the pressure activated the compressor and the can says it should make noise in 3 minutes otherwise could be issues). Running the car for another 5 minutes. Checked interior again. A.C was working beautifully. The pressure gauge showed 35 PSI on the 80 degree day with sun shining directly on me and car after and max A.C running. Turning off car and checking again showed gauge at 60 roughly.
Maybe I have a leak as some PriusChat guy mentioned, maybe I don't. Don't know, don't really care. It worked. $15 a can. Another $20 for the adapter kit. Every year I can put $15 for A.C if I need to. First time doing this also. Easy peasy. Any questions, just ask.
This is the ONLY product that I have researched that is 100% safe for hybrid cars with an electric A/C compressor. I could have added PURE R134a, since the only thing special about the electric A/C compressor is the oil they is used ND-11, but it would have leaked out again. This is the ONLY safe R134a that claims to seal minor leaks. All the other R134a freons that say seals leaks ect will ruin your A/C compressor as it uses a PAG or Mineral oil.
I'm not sure if I can make an update to this review in a few months to see if it has "sealed" my leak my car didn't take much of the can of freon. It is still 3/4 full of the freon. Plenty to last a few more charges if needed. I used a R134a freon gauge that you can buy at any auto parts store. I added it to the 45 mark on the gauge(in the green zone) but below the (red warning). The car blows ice cold again. Only time will tell if it leaks out again but I hope it seals the leak for good.
I added an update to my review in the comment section below. It's been several months and the leak is sealed for good. I had to add more freon to the system( I had 3/4 of the can from the last time) and after that it hasn't leaked since. 1st time I used it, my AC blew cold for a few weeks, I added the rest of the can and now the leak is sealed. I'm really happy.