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Old 08-08-2021, 05:39 PM   #1
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W22 A/C system oil amount

I just replaced the compressor, condensor and dryer on my 2004 w22. Does anyone know the amount of oil the system takes and amount of Freon? The system had leaked out all the oil so I canít do the drain and measure thing and I canít find a label anywhere that tells the amounts. Thanks in advance!
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These links may be helpful:
https://www.proairllc.com/design-eng...empcon-guides/
https://www.proairllc.com/pub/media/...%20Systems.pdf
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Thatís exactly what I needed. Thanks!
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The compressor usually comes with oil already in it. 3-4 ounces of PAG oil is all that is required for the condenser and drier combined. Don’t really know quantity of R134 required for your system. I just go by pressure gauge when adding Freon to mine.
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Anyone have a part number for an AC Compressor for my 08 Workhorse?
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Anyone have a part number for an AC Compressor for my 08 Workhorse?
Here is a long list of AC compressors for Workhorse Chassis.
Oemy's Web Site - RV Chassis Parts Xref W Series
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Here is a long list of AC compressors for Workhorse Chassis.
Oemy's Web Site - RV Chassis Parts Xref W Series

That's exactly what I told him in his own thread.
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That's exactly what I told him in his own thread.
I saw that after I posted here. That is the problem with double posts for the same problem.
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I saw that after I posted here. That is the problem with double posts for the same problem.
Or he could just monitor his own thread...
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Folks I know & rely on say 1 ounce per pound of freon.
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