R12 air con label vs R134a 940 Wentworth 92 model

Discussion in 'Volvo 940' started by babe, Jul 2, 2003.

  1. babe

    babe Guest

    Can anyone tell me how I can check which version of coolant I have -
    have been told there is a white sticker "somewhere" in the engine bay
    - but what should it say? A yellow sticker is supposed to show R134a
    but agian, what am I looking for? Any ideas welcomed
     
    babe, Jul 2, 2003
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  2. babe

    Mike F Guest

    Somewhere under the hood (bonnet) you'll have a label. When you find
    it, you'll know. It will start with something like, "Air conditioning
    system manufactured by Volvo AB Gothenburg Sweden." It'll also list the
    type and weight of refrigerant. Also fill valves on R12 types are like
    large tire valves, on R134a they are similar to the quick connects as
    used on shop compressed air lines, or even like those plastic quick
    connects that you can get for your garden hose.
     
    Mike F, Jul 3, 2003
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