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Best way is to get an A/C servicing kit which usually includes a CD or DVD on servicing and information on testing. They may also have the 134 and gauge, but most just tell you about them and you get them separately. First thing to do after getting a gauge is put it on the A/C and check the pressure level (colors indicate this), you want Blue or Green. Red is basically empty and means a leak generally. There is 134 with sealant which is the first thing to try if your out of the Blue or Green. If using it never gets out of Red it has a bigger problem then just a recharge, best to get it serviced. This goes for any 1996+ A/C in the US generally. --Bcw142 21:57, 11 August 2009 (UTC)

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