We sometimes hear from customers wondering what type of refrigerant is in their air conditioning system. It’s important to correctly identify the refrigerant prior to a recharge because mixing refrigerants is not only illegal, but dangerous. As a general guideline,
Guide to Booster Cables
At FJC we understand that all booster cables are not the same, but—then again—neither are all users. Learn about important considerations for this invaluable tool and always be sure to read all instructions and follow all safety rules before using.
PRODUCT OF THE MONTH—2724—R-1234yf Hand turn Oil and Dye Injector
Most cars will not engage the A/C compressor when there is an inadequate supply of oil in the system. You may prefer to have UV dye in your system before there is a leak so if your system fails to
Why Don’t They Use Carbon Dioxide in Automotive Air Conditioning?
Everyone appreciates that regulations stemming from environmental concerns has been steering the direction of automotive A/C refrigerants for the past twenty-five years or so. In the 1990s we moved away from R-12, a CFC, in favor of R-134a, an HFC,