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    CelicaSupra.com Member CLToy's Avatar
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    The only reason I suggested closing this thread is the last update was 5 months ago...and then other discussion and sale options were popping up. I hope Jim is OK but is there anyone, George or Jim, that can provide an update? If it doesn't seem possible again, let's just close the darn thing and try again later. With as long as it has been, do we really believe that all those that voted are really still in anyway?

    ...just a thought.
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    I had good luck converting my standard a/c to R-134a last summer. I was surprised at how well it worked. Car is in storage, so soon I'll know if the charge held through the winter. The tech who did it said he charged by weight, not by pressure readings. He did a system evac, changed the receiver dryer and refill of R-134a by weight using the standard conversion ratio, if I remember correctly.
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    Hello guys,
    Just see this thread right now. I'm not sure I need a full new kit conversion because my AC works perfectly and it been converted to the nex gaz yet. But I have a probleme: the dehydrator (not sure if it is the word!?) has a leak. If can just change this part, it would be better.
    Does any body now where I can find one?
    In case I don't find one, I would be interested by a full new kit...

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    I think you are referring to the drier. It's the Coke can sized thing in front of the condenser. They're common sources of leaks and, at least here in the US, quite cheap, On the order of $10 - $25. Maybe you can order one from Rock Auto. You will have to have your system evacuated and recharged when changing it. Do Not open the new drier until the moment it's being installed or you'll need another new one!

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    Yes, Rock Auto has them.

    I bought a new one a few weeks ago.

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    Yes, I'm speaking about the drier!
    The old one have a leak, so there's no more gaz on it!
    I'll order a new one on rock auto.
    Thanks guys for your help!!!

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