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Old 05-30-2011, 12:04 PM   #1
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Dash Air Conditioning Refrigerant Charge Info

I was doing a search on refrigerant charge information for dash air conditioning and found this table. This might be some use since it lists many of the chassis manufactures for motorhomes.

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I read your post. I own a 2003 Alpine 40' coach that has a 400 hp Cummins ISL Diesel engine. I cannot find a fitting off the AC compressor line to recharge the Freon. Do you have any advice on this matter? Thank you very much.
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open the front panel. You should find the A/C fitting inside the compartment.
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Since it looks like you have a diesel pusher I would not be familiar with that. My suggestion is to follow the lines that run to and from the compressor. Or call you coach manufacturer.

Sorry I cant be of more help.
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