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Can’t find shit on the owners manual and can’t find one online. Just trying to re-charge my A/C after replacing my radiator. I bought one of those DIY ones with a meter on it to measure the pressure or whatever. 2008 is250 thank you guys
 

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Just doing a radiator. You should not have lost any 134. They are separate systems.

Now if you are talking about the condenser for the A/C system. You will need a vacuum pump and a set of gauges in addition to the 134 cans.
 

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The owners manual would never talk about doing this, as it's a very environmentally sensitive and balanced system. But, there are plenty of videos online about the proper way to charge automotive A/C systems, and generally, it's always the same system no matter what. So you watch those videos, get the parts, and then apply it to your car. How did you get all the refrigerant OUT of the system?
 
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